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Climate change will hike air pollution deaths says UN study

IPCC: Pollen, smoke and ozone levels likely to increase in warming world, affecting health of residents in major cities

Wind energy could boost Ireland’s economy by €500m a year – report

Wind energy in Ireland good for security, economy jobs - and potentially the UK's own targets, says new report

Experience Earth Hour in Your Own Back Garden

Have you ever wondered what happens in your garden at night?

EU institutions join 157 countries for WWF's Earth Hour 2014

20 years after Rwanda: UNA-UK reflects on R2P

UNA-UK's Chairman, Sir Jeremy Greenstock, writes on the Security Council and the future of intervention.

Human Rights Council mandates investigation into Sri Lanka war crimes

The Council has asked the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to investigate war crimes allegations that remain unaddressed nearly five years aft

Breaking up Big 6 stranglehold key to unlock better energy future

Crop benefits of higher CO2 may fall short – IPCC

Extra CO2 in the atmosphere may produce larger yields of crops, they will be less nutritious, says UN science report

Ban Ki-moon urges end to climate change ‘silence’

NEWS: Speaking during Greenland visit, UN Secretary General says he wants to work closely with world leaders on climate issue

UN reaches "milestone" agreement on gender and development

The Commission on the Status of Women concludes its work with strong call for gender equality to underpin any future development framework.


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Commenting on Jeremy Corbyn’s re-election today (Saturday) as the leader of the Labour party, ...

Columban JPIC:

Parish visit to St Mary of the Angels, Bayswater, Archdiocese of Westminster by Fr.

All We Can:

At the All We Can office in London we talk a lot about potential.

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