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European Parliament votes against the climate and for more pollution

Missionaries celebrate 25 years of Justice for Africa

“Love for the people of Africa has inspired the Africa-Europe Faith and Justice Network”, reflected Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald at Saturday’s Jub

Why does the EU carbon market vote matter?

MEPs will vote on Tuesday to decide whether to go ahead with plans that supporters say will save the bloc's emissions trading scheme

Progress shows that stunting in children can be defeated - UNICEF

A new UNICEF report issued today offers evidence that real progress is being made in the fight against stunted growth – the hidden face of poverty

The World Bank must stop funding fossil fuels

This money fuels climate change and fails to help the poor

Hope Restored

The editor of the Far East magazine, Cyril Lovett, reflects on Jesus’ encounter with the two disciples on the ‘road to Emmaus’.

Baroness Warsi signs petition in support of the UN

The Senior FCO Minister of State with responsibility for the UN signs UNA-UK's petition in support of a strong, credible and effective United Natio

Born Wrongborg

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UK backs corporate push to fight deforestation

Government becomes latest to join private sector partnership to reduce deforestation as efforts through the UN continue to be mired in red tape and

Global climate action continues despite UN deadlock – report

New report highlights acceleration of domestic level policies to combat climate change regardless of the lack of progress at the UNFCCC


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