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To judge by the reaction of some members of the far-right in America, it would seem that the Pope has hit a nerve.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership risks starting an “unacceptable” race to the bottom in environmental regulations, a parliamentary committee has warned.
Conservative climate change deniers in the USA have started to adapt their vehicles so that they spew out the maximum amount of noxious black smoke. They see this as some sort of defiant political protest. A dealer who sells the equipment to make these adaptations said the message people were sending was ‘You want clean air and a tiny carbon footprint? Well, screw you."
With just one day to go until Earth Hour, a record 158 countries and territories across some 7,000 cities and towns will be participating.
Research by Scottish Renewables suggests 11,695 people are currently in full-time jobs in the sector, up five per cent on the previous year.
Activists have welcomed the overturning of a decision to allow liquidators for Scottish Coal to abandon environmental obligations at former opencast mines.
Marking the 68th birthday of the UN, the Secretary-General said the annual celebration offers a chance to recognise its contributions to peace and common progress.
Environmentalists have criticised David Cameron for his 'disingenuous' attempt to blame energy price rises on green levies.
The “Green Village” project has won the architectural competition for the development of the Geneva site of the Ecumenical Centre and offices of the World Council of Churches.
As part of its work for the protection of climate refugees, the World Council of Churches is joining the 'Postcards from the Frontlines' campaign.
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