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Calls for deeper carbon cuts as EU debates 2030 climate deal

NEWS: Experts urge ambition ahead of European Council meeting to sign off the EU's 2030 climate and energy framework on Thursday and Friday

UN’s Green Fund says all obstacles for pledges now removed

NEWS: Executive director hails Barbados meeting as start of an era for GCF, expects US$10 billion by end of 2014

Live: UN climate talks in Bonn

LIVE BLOG: Negotiators meet in Bonn for the final round of talks ahead of Lima in December

UN climate talks in Bonn: Day 1

LIVE BLOG: Negotiators meet in Bonn for the final round of talks ahead of Lima in December

Ban summit success tested as UN envoys meet for climate talks

NEWS: Diplomats from over 190 countries gather to work on plans for 2015 emissions reduction agreement

UN climate talks set to test New York summit gains

NEWS: Diplomats from over 190 countries gather to work on plans for 2015 emissions reduction agreement

Columban’s Day in Rome 2014 by Rose Basada

It was a blessing and privilege for me to participate in the Rome opening of celebrations to mark the 1400th anniversary of the death of St Columba

Thousands urge European Commission to ditch biodiversity offsetting

As the European Commission concludes its consultation on biodiversity offsetting, almost 10,000 people and nearly 60 organisations (including us)...

Brazilian tribesman takes his forest message global

INTERVIEW: As Brazil's government goes cool on forest protection, an indigenous leader speaks up for his people's role

Global shipping emissions set to rise unchecked

NEWS: Greenhouse gas emissions from shipping will rise up to 250% by 2050, finds study, as the UN fails to regulate the sector

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SCCS-Caroline:

Over 17,000 people across Scotland have responded to a Scottish Government consultation urging...

John Ray Initiative:

Martin Hodson suggested that I might reflect on my growing understanding of climate change from...

Columban JPIC:

On Saturday 16th September The Archbishop of Birmingham, the Most Reverend Bernard Longley, paid...

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