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The official Lutheran delegation to the UNFCCC (COP 19) will today fast in solidarity with those disproportionality hit by extreme weather events.
Plans for hydro-electric dam on the land of two unique tribes in Guyana would lead to the destruction of a unique people and vast tracts of rainforest.
New data shows that global warming will be back with a vengeance, after a short slowdown in temperature increases over the past 14 years.
A United Nations team arrived today in the city of Tacloban in the Philippines to assess and respond to the damage caused by typhoon Haiyan.
The House of Lords has narrowly rejected a proposal for the UK to have decarbonised power stations by 2030.
Cross-party support has been secured for a Scottish Parliament debate on a popular European system designed to protect road users.
A Member of the European Parliament is threatening to cancel his membership of the National Trust if the conservation charity supports fracking.
Twenty-eight Greenpeace activists, a photographer and a videographer are still being held in custody by the Russian authorities.
The news that Ineos has reversed the decision to close the Grangemouth petrochemical site has been welcomed by the workforce and the local community.
Marking the 68th birthday of the UN, the Secretary-General said the annual celebration offers a chance to recognise its contributions to peace and common progress.