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Every Quaker in Britain will be urged and supported to reduce their carbon footprint, under a plan adopted by the Annual Yearly Meeting.
A new report about air pollution and its health impacts, 'Air Pollution: The Invisible Killer' was launched in Southampton yesterday.
Young Christians aged 18-30 are being invited to apply for a programme addressing the links between environmental and socio-economic justice.
MSP Alison Johnstone has urged the Scottish Parliament to back calls from Scottish Environment LINK for a strong network of Marine Protected Areas.
So nature’s services to Britain are worth billions of pounds. In a new report by 500 ecology, economics and social science experts, the free work done by the natural world has been evaluated, commodified and priced up.
A new livesimply award scheme has been launched to encourage Catholic parishes to undertake environmental projects and help people in need.
Leading environmental commentator and political mover Jonathan Porritt is due to address a Christian Ecology Link group on 25 May.
Church responses to the challenge of climate change and environmental destruction has been the focus of a vibrant IEPC workshop.
The Pacific nation of Tuvalu, whose existence was at one time was tied to the ocean, is now threatened by rising ocean water levels, IEPC has heard.
UK Climate and Energy Secretary Chris Huhne has announced that the government will agree a legally binding fourth carbon budget.