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Accidents on Brighton and Hove’s roads have fallen by a substantial 12.5 per cent as a result of green policies, according to a major survey.
Cross-party support has been secured for a Scottish Parliament debate on a popular European system designed to protect road users.
Car-sharing, buses, cycling and walking to church are some of the ways Christians could be reducing their carbon footprints, says a new report from the Church of Scotland.
Nancy R. Heisey is being taken for a ride, but she's not objecting. The religion scholar, who is also president of Mennonite World Conference, is "trying to do my responsible part" in caring for the environment by leaving her car at home.
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