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Shipping sector needs stronger climate policy – scientists

NEWS: Stringent measures are needed for shipping to make a fair contribution to global emissions cuts, researchers argue

120-strong Spokes City Centre meeting

An amazing 120 people came to hear Edinburgh City’s Transport Convener Cllr Lesley Hinds, Essential Edinb

Parish visit to St. Thomas of Hereford, Weobley and St Bede the Venerable, Kington.

Parish visit to St. Thomas of Hereford, Weobley and St Bede the Venerable, Kington. Archdiocese of Cardiff, by  Fr. Peter Hughes SSC

Anglican bishops lead Holy week call for global climate action

NEWS: Church leaders write to 85 million strong congregation urging them to call for tough UN pact to address global warming

Australia ‘risks climate credibility’ with coal-friendly target

NEWS: Canberra is considering a post-2020 emissions goal based on a "disastrous" level of warming, analysts warn

Climate change likely to reduce China’s food supplies, warns official

NEWS: Senior Chinese official warns that climate-related temperature rises could seriously affect the country’s harvests

Shrinking Antarctic ice shelf raises sea level concerns

NEWS: Evidence of rapid reduction of West Antarctica’s shelf ice could have serious implications for global sea levels in a warming world

Booking Now: Annual J&P Conference

Annual Justice & Peace Conference – ‘The Things That Make for Peace’ will take place at the Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire from

Inclusion of adaptation in Mexico's climate commitment, sets the pace - WWF

Major companies use lobby groups to water down EU climate policy – study

NEWS: Businesses should reconsider links with trade associations hostile to climate action, argues Policy Studies Institute


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