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British MPs’ demands to withhold money from the World Bank unless it stops financing new, dirty coal power stations has been welcomed by Christian Aid.
A senior Church of Scotland minister wants the Scottish government to reject a coal-fired power station at Hunterston on environmental grounds.
The UK government yesterday abstained from voting on a $3.75 billion World Bank loan to finance a massive coal power station in South Africa
A senior Church of Scotland spokesperson has today called on the Scottish Government to dismiss an application for a coal-fired power station in Ayrshire, on environmental grounds.
New government plans to clean up coal power stations are too weak to ensure that the UK keeps its promises to cut carbon emissions, Christian Aid said yesterday
A new opinion poll from Christian Aid reveals that 50 per cent of UK adults believe the police are too heavy-handed or deploy too many officers when dealing with peaceful protests.
This weekend, Christian Aid marked the 100 day countdown to December’s crucial UN climate change summit in Copenhagen by staging a Mass Visual Trespass at an East Shropshire power plant.
The Government’s decision to require all new coal power stations to use carbon capture and storage (CCS) by 2025 is a courageous step forward, Christian Aid said today.
Campaigners against climate change have visited the DECC today to demand the UK Government say no to new dirty coal plants, and deliver renewable energy on a mass scale.
A senior Church official has voiced his 'disbelief' at plans for a new coal fired power station in Scotland. Reverend Ian Galloway, convener of the Kirk’s Church and Society Council, said he was “shocked” to see the proposals.