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Friends of the Earth have welcomed the Shadow Energy and Climate Change Secretary's Conference speech.
The Government must act on the rising use of pesticides and their impact on bees and other pollinators, say Friends of the Earth.
Yanomami Indians have appealed to Venezuela’s government to tackle the "presence and impacts" of illegal goldmining, rather than deny the problem exists.
A conference on 'Sustainable Alternatives for Poverty Reduction and Ecological Justice' is being held at the Orthodox Academy of Crete 26-30 September.
A report released by Amnesty International and Greeneace calls for the criminal investigation of Trafigura, the company behind the 2006 dumping of toxic waste in Côte d’Ivoire.
A campaigner has won an award for her work in highlighting the environmentally unfriendly companies that the Church of England invests in.
Friends of the Earth's Executive Director has told his annual conference that the Chancellor's "reckless agenda threatens jobs, businesses and our precious environment."
Brazil has three months to evict illegal loggers from land belonging to Earth’s most threatened tribe before it will be in breach of a court order.
The European Christian Environmental Network is an effort of joint churches’ action in taking care for the planet, closely linked with three European Ecumenical Assemblies in Basel (1989), Graz (1997) and Sibiu (2007).
Over the past month I have spent many hours at St John's Episcopal Church in Edinburgh, which has been the lead venue for the 2012 Festival of Spirituality and Peace.