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There is overwhelming evidence that human activities are mainly responsible for climate change since the mid-twentieth century, and urgent action is needed to tackle the problem, scientific experts have said.
A new panel of economic experts is developing advocacy strategies for churches on ethical, just and sustainable economy and finance.
The Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) has been named as one of the 100 most influential global actors in armed violence reduction.
A groundbreaking new campaign has been launched in India to challenge the deep-seated prejudice that tribal peoples are ‘backwards’ and ‘primitive’.
A seminar at the Ecumenical Institute of Bossey has gathered reflections on eco-theology, care for creation, climate change and building a sustainable world.
The United Nations Forum on Forests has agreed measures to improve the sustainable management of forests snd a voluntary global fund for their support.
Campaigners from 39 UK organisations will call for a shift in government spending on 15 April, the Global Day of Action on Military Spending (GDAMS)
A leading NGO wants to see sustainability prioritized when the High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda meets next week in Bali.
Investment in sustainable industries is vital in the wake of last week's economic statistics, which further underline the stagnation of the UK economy.
Indigenous peoples, despite discrimination, have sustainable alternatives to many of the world’s problems, a conference in Taiwan has been told.
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