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People of faith are crucial in caring for the planet and mitigating the effects of climate change, says the head of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation.
Campaigners dressed as Peruvian llamas went to 10 Downing Street yesterday to get British PM David Cameron 'a-llama-ed' about climate change.
Religious and secular groups are urging the Human Rights Council of the United Nations to back a special rapporteur to investigate climate change.
A new report from the Energy and Climate Change Committee warns that new UK planning rules could lead to a 'dash for gas', stalling low-carbon energy investment.
A High Court judge has refused to overturn Newham Council's decision to expand London City Airport. Campaigners are now considering an appeal.
The negotiators’ burst of energy and resolve during the final straight of the Cancun climate talks has produced a cocktail of welcome and worrying results, says Christian Aid.
Church and civil society groups have expressed "guarded hope" about the outcome of the Cancun climate change conference, which produced mixed outcomes.
After a final day of last-minute haggling, delegates have wrapped up UN climate talks by delivering "bite-sized progress", says Christian aid agency Tearfund.
A delegation of the World Council of Churches to the Cancun Climate Change Conference in Mexico has criticized the lack of action during the last decade.
Development and environmental groups have persuaded the Government not to recall the Energy and Climate Change Secretary from the Cancun summit.