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Ekklesia has tracked the growing awareness amongst churches and other faith groups of climate change. It has monitored and reported the campaigns and initiatives by many Christian groups in this area.
The Council of Christian Churches of France has issued a statement focusing on the upcoming meeting of the United Nations on climate change in Paris later this year.
A new report from Amnesty International has called for suspension of the transfer of arms used in attacks on Yemen and an investigation into Saudi Arabian violations.
Christian Aid has welcomed the "bold decision" by India to include 40 per cent renewables in its electricity mix by 2030.
Admirers and protesters have mobilised as India’s far-right Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the USA. He is a controversial figure, given his role in the mass murder of Muslims in Gujarat in 2002 and ongoing links with violent hardliners.
Operation Noah, the Christian climate change charity, has welcomed news that the global movement to divest assets from fossil fuels has crossed the trillion-dollar threshold.
Christian, Islamic and Jewish leaders gathered at St Paul’s Cathedral to urge David Cameron to ensure the UK plays its part in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
David Cameron told the Commons today that RAF drone strikes at the end of August targeted and killed a British citizen and another Briton, who was not targeted, was also killed.
An International Divestment Conference was held in Paris, on 1 September, where the Rev Henrik Grape represented the World Council of Churches (WCC) as a key speaker.
As nations meet in Bonn, Germany, to develop a global climate agreement, Christian Aid warns that only 10 negotiating days are left until the Paris summit.