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To mark the start of Christian Aid Week, a new report by the charity highlights the world cities most at risk from future coastal flooding.
Christian Aid has welcomed Energy Secretary Amber Rudd’s announcement that the UK will stop using coal and also notes a new OECD agreement to tighten restrictions on exports of coal technology.
Christian Aid has welcomed the "bold decision" by India to include 40 per cent renewables in its electricity mix by 2030.
As nations meet in Bonn, Germany, to develop a global climate agreement, Christian Aid warns that only 10 negotiating days are left until the Paris summit.
Christian Aid has welcomed the Church of England’s decision to divest from the most polluting fossil fuel companies.
The Central Finance Board of the Methodist Church, which manages investments of £1.1 billion for the Church, has announced a new investment policy on climate change.
Carbon Capture Storage could create thousands of jobs across Yorkshire, the Humber and the Tees Valley, the TUC and Carbon Capture Storage Association will say at a regional event in Leeds later today (Friday).
The House of Lords has narrowly rejected a proposal for the UK to have decarbonised power stations by 2030.
A vote by MPs against setting a decarbonisation target in the Energy Bill is "deeply disappointing and a missed opportunity", says Christian Aid.
The Free Churches have called on the Westminster government to protect the fuel poor and work towards the decarbonisation of the UK's energy network.
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