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Amazon Indians in Venezuela have condemned the army for failing to tackle illegal gold and diamond mining on their land.
Last night, three East Anglian Quakers sat round the kitchen table of their Area Meeting Clerk. We were stuffing envelopes – an activity which will be replicated in many kitchens and committee rooms over the next five weeks.
Indigenous organisations and people from around the world have called on delegates to a conference on illegal wildlife trade to recognise tribal peoples’ right to hunt for their survival.
The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation has called for emergency support for farmers in Vanuatu, where the majority of crops have been destroyed by Cyclone Pam.
Christian Aid is to make an initial £25,000 available to partner organisations providing emergency supplies to the Pacific island of Vanuatu in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.
UN member states meet in Japan this week to negotiate a new global disaster risk reduction plan which aims to make vulnerable communities more resilient to extreme weather events.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership risks starting an “unacceptable” race to the bottom in environmental regulations, a parliamentary committee has warned.
Survival International has received reports that the smallest and most vulnerable tribe in Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley is starving, as a result of the destruction of their forest and river.
The Christian environment charity Operation Noah hosted an ecumenical climate service before the ‘Time to Act’ national climate march on 7 March.
Christian Aid Chair Rowan Williams has praised Parliamentarians of all parties for passing a Bill which commits the UK to spend 0.7 per cent of its national income on aid.