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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.
Christian Aid has welcomed the UK Government’s pledge to commit £720 million to the Green Climate Fund.
Oxford Diocesan Synod has passed a resolution urging the Church of England’s National Investing Bodies to disinvest from fossil fuel companies.
Operation Noah’s Bright Now campaign is calling for UK Churches to disinvest from fossil fuels.
As tackling climate change increasingly becomes not just an economic and political issue, but also a moral one, a new paper from Christian Aid draws inspiration from the biblical prophets.
Christian Aid has welcomed a new EU package of climate and energy targets agreed at a Brussels heads of state meeting.
Christian Climate Action and Divest London have thrown a party on the steps of St Paul’s to celebrate the large number of Churches divesting from fossil fuels.
Tribal people and small farmers in the Philippine province of Palawan have called for a halt to the expansion of oil palm plantations which destroy the forests they rely on to survive.