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As churches and environmental groups prepare to mark Earth day on 22 April, Christian leaders have welcomed a new US ruling on carbon emissions and have urged more action on global warming.
International development agency Christian Aid has joined forces with environmental broadband TV channel, green.tv.
Christian aid agency Tearfund has launched a report aimed at helping the development community adapt to the reality of climate change.
Madonna, Genesis, Foo Fighters and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are to play at the new Wembley Stadium for a concert highlighting the threat of climate change.
People across Great Britain are to join a 1,000-mile protest march over climate change. The "Cut the Carbon" march organised by Christian Aid is the longest protest march in UK history.
An international aid agency has today called on people across Great Britain to join a 1,000-mile protest march over climate change.
Christian Aid and Tearfund are among the 25 intenational participants in a churches' action summit on the development impact of global warming, hosted in London this week.
As Gordon Brown delivered his last budget as Chancellor today Christian Aid said it must also be the last in which the Chancellor does not set a clear, annual budget for the UK’s CO2 emissions.
Church leaders including the Catholic Archbishop of Westminster and the Anglican Bishop of London, have given their backing to a new environmental guide to help London’s churches become greener.
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