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UK publishes human rights progress report

The government has submitted a voluntary mid-term report under the UN's Universal Periodic Review mechanism.

Poland “won” EU 2030 deal – does the climate lose?

ANALYSIS: Poorer member states will get €17-25.5 billion to upgrade their energy sectors next decade.

TTIP Update 4

Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) divides Europe

Oil tanker trains threaten to trash US northwest

NEWS: America’s expanding oil production threatens the pristine region of the country with a rash of new oil terminals along coast

Hydropower to double – but at what cost to wildlife?

NEWS: Scientists predict hydropower will double over the next 20 years, but building new dams could damage major rivers

UK banks prominent in new coal financers global hall of shame

For two years now, we have exposed the dirty fossil fuel secrets of the major UK banks. We’ve shown how big banks plough billions of pounds into...

Desmond Tutu: Rejoice in opportunities for a cleaner planet

NEWS: Archbishop leads church service in Copenhagen to mark the release of the UN's IPCC science report

Climate change could create more Boko Haram extremists – study

NEWS: Drought, famine and crop failures could destabilise 32 countries in Africa and Asia, warn risk analysts

Fighting energy injustice at home

EU set to overachieve 2020 carbon emissions goal

NEWS: Greenhouse gas emissions fell 2% in 2013 says Environment Agency, but warns some countries are slipping

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Our November traffic count, averaged over our 4 regular count points, found bikes forming 16.5%...

Columban JPIC:

 33rd SUNDAY OF THE YEAR  Prayers of the faithful (the following may be copied and modified as...

John Ray Initiative:

I was asked to reflect on this interesting question.

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