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Citizens concerned about the risks of deep sea mining targeted the Deep Sea Mining Industry Summit last week, picketing the Cumberland Hotel in London.
The environment spokesperson for the Scottish Greens has given a cautious welcome to the launch of a consultation on Marine Protected Areas.
New research show the rush for farmland and industrial-scale plantation agriculture by foreign investors in Sierra Leone has increased poverty and food shortages.
The Churchof Scotland has criticised the announcement that the UK Government is to introduce tax breaks fracking, saying it is a "sad day for climate justice."
A World Council of Churches statement has called on churches, governments and the United Nations to ensure universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene.
The General Synod will for the first time vote on a motion suggesting the Church should divest from fossil fuels companies.
A groundbreaking new campaign has been launched in India to challenge the deep-seated prejudice that tribal peoples are ‘backwards’ and ‘primitive’.
Brazilian Indians have joined protestors in calling for an end to the onslaught on indigenous rights by the government.
What are the Big Ideas that will change the world? Friends of the Earth is inviting answers as part of its new project which launched online on 24 June.
An Amazonian tribe has sent an urgent appeal to shareholders of Pacific Rubiales to protect the uncontacted Indians whose survival is threatened by the company.