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Earth and economics were two critical issues Quakers brought to their Yearly Meeting in London this week where around 1000 people gathered.
Secretary of State Caroline Spelman has said churches have a vital role to play at next month’s Rio+20 summit
Trustees for Quakers in Britain have agreed to go ahead with refurbishment of the large meeting space in Friends House, London.
The teachings of Buddhism can offer significant insights on a more sustainable future, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said.
In June 2012, the world's leaders will meet in Rio to set the global sustainability agenda for the next decade.
The Green Party has dismissed Euro-zone crisis proposals as short-sighted, economically unsustainable and an attack on European democracy.
Environmentalists scientists, educators and representatives of charities, NGOs and faith groups met in Cambridge 26-28 September to consider 'Sustainability in crisis'.
Over 1,500 Quakers gather in Canterbury next week for their annual meeting to discern the way ahead for Quakers in Britain.
Ways and means of improving food production in Britain and internationally are being discussed in Edinburgh today at a Church of Scotland conference.
A Green MEP has called for a European and national framework to promote sustainable housing, through policy, incentives and funding.