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Concern mounts in Marshall Islands as high tides swamp capital

NEWS: Majuro counts cost of latest flooding as 30 'Pacific Warriors' set off for Australia in canoes to highlight concerns

Lord Giddens: Hope must trump fear in climate debate

BLOG: Former advisor to UK prime minister Tony Blair lays out four ways to quash the despair of climate change

1400th anniversary of Saint Columban’s death

Last Sunday, Cardinal Seán Brady, retired archbishop of Armagh, Ireland, was the Principal Celebrant at Mass at the Church of Santa Maria sopra Min

US climate strategy: ‘goad’ leaders into voluntary action

NEWS: Chief negotiator Todd Stern argues for a climate deal based on non-binding national commitments

Alpine lifelines on the brink

Take on the “fatcats” or scrap EU carbon market – think-tank

NEWS: Europe's emissions trading system is failing as steel and cement companies hoard excess pollution permits, warns Sandbag

All We Can responds to Ebola outbreak in West Africa

All We Can makes emergency grant and opens appeal fund to support communities affected by the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia and

Prepare for a stronger Africa at UN climate talks, says Congo envoy

INTERVIEW: Africa faces trials, but there's no doubt it's a force to be reckoned with at Paris, says Congo negotiator Tosi Mpanu Mpanu

*Autumn Gathering* of Tower Hamlets Food Growing Network

Join Women’s Environmental Network at Chrisp Street Market

US military prepares forces for climate change impacts

NEWS: Department of Defense releases climate adaptation report, anticipating increased stress on armed forces


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Columban JPIC:

A museum of horror or a park of peace?

Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon:

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

Plans are underway to try and improve the safety of Edinburgh’s tramline system for people...

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