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Research by Scottish Renewables suggests 11,695 people are currently in full-time jobs in the sector, up five per cent on the previous year.
Brazil’s government has launched a major ground operation to evict illegal invaders from the land of the Awá, Earth’s most threatened tribe.
In his first major statement on animal welfare, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has urged justice and protection for all creatures.
Penan families from the Malaysian state of Sarawak are blockading in protest against the Shin Yang logging and oil palm plantation company.
A contract for development of the Ecumenical Centre and WCC offices has been awarded to the Geneva-based firm LRS Architects.
A European election candidate for the North West Green Party has been arrested at the Barton Moss anti-fracking demonstration in Salford.
Activists have welcomed the overturning of a decision to allow liquidators for Scottish Coal to abandon environmental obligations at former opencast mines.
The Church of England’s Ethical Investment Advisory Group is biased and ill-informed when it comes to fossil fuel disinvestment, says Operation Noah.
Chancellor Osborne’s Autumn Statement was dominated by short-term political considerations and a failure to address structural issues, say opposition parties.
A new review of the ethics of the use of animals in research is being pioneered by an international group of academics.