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Campaigners mark Phulbari Day

Today is Phulbari Day.  It marks the day when, eight years ago, a protest by local people against an open pit mine in Phulbari, Bangladesh resulted

Climate deal must crack down on free riders – study

NEWS: Norwegian researchers warn the world is further from an effective climate treaty than it was 15 years ago, as countries try to duck their obl

6 ways climate change threatens health – and one way it probably doesn’t

ANALYSIS: From dengue fever to depression, we look at the health risks from climate change

Nauru ambassador: moral voice of island states must be heard

INTERVIEW: Marginalised small island voices key for credible Paris deal, says Ambassador Marlene Moses

Bus Lane Retreat

Despite its policies to boost bus and cycle use – policies which are succeeding – Edinburgh Council is to experiment with bus lane changes which be

The end of civilisations: will climate change do for us all?

NEWS: History could repeat itself if global warming is left unchecked, leading to people abandoning once-fertile areas

WDM activists learn from European struggles

Norway's offshore drilling puts Arctic Ocean at risk

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace As Norway pushes further into the Arctic with offshore oil drilling, the...

Rekindling European food sovereignty links

The Attac summer university, a gathering of over 2,700 people from across Europe, is the perfect place to form and maintain European alliances. Here...

What would a fair UN climate change deal look like?

ANALYSIS: New equity calculator says UK needs to cut emissions 94% by 2020, US by 73% and China just 9.4%

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All We Can:

With so many charities sharing stories of people that need our...

John Ray Initiative:

Richard M. Gunton, Eline N. van Asperen, Andrew Basden, David Bookless, Yoseph Araya, David R....

Columban JPIC:

Parish visit to St John the Baptist, Trowbridge & St Bernadette, Westbury, Diocese of...

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