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Tribal people have been forcibly and illegally evicted from India’s Kanha Tiger Reserve in the name of conservation. Across India, many face a similar threat.
Shell’s long-overdue compensation pay out to a community devastated by oil spills in the Niger Delta is an important victory for its victims.
The NGO Christian Ecology Link has changed its name to Green Christian, so that people can better understand the work it does.
Christian Aid has welcomed MPs' demand that a strong ‘green thread’ runs through all the new Sustainable Development Goals.
The Church of Scotland has urged the UK Government to ensure tangible outcomes are achieved at the UN climate change conference in Lima
Campaigners have gathered outside the Methodist Central Hall to call on the Methodist Church and the Church of England to divest from fossil fuels.
Christian Ecology Link is looking to increase its profile and the understanding of the role churches and others can play in environmental action.
Christian Aid has hailed a major advance in work on the new global goals which will replace the Millennium Development Goals when they expire at the end of 2015.
Yeb Sano, the young Filipino diplomat who wept and fasted for two weeks after super-typhoon Haiyan devastated his country, has been excluded from UN Climate Talks.
A group of Baka tribespeople in southeast Cameroon have begged the WWF to stop funding the anti-poaching squads responsible for persecution of the Baka.