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Christian Aid has welcomed the "bold decision" by India to include 40 per cent renewables in its electricity mix by 2030.
Christian, Islamic and Jewish leaders gathered at St Paul’s Cathedral to urge David Cameron to ensure the UK plays its part in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
An International Divestment Conference was held in Paris, on 1 September, where the Rev Henrik Grape represented the World Council of Churches (WCC) as a key speaker.
As nations meet in Bonn, Germany, to develop a global climate agreement, Christian Aid warns that only 10 negotiating days are left until the Paris summit.
A call for the Church of Scotland to partially divest from fossil fuels has been made by the National Youth Assembly at its gathering over the weekend of 15-16 August.
Negotiations between 193 countries have produced an agreement which will open a new era in the fight against poverty, inequality and environmental destruction, says Christian Aid.
A Filipino priest who witnessed the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan is a guest speaker at this year’s Greenbelt Festival.
Christian Aid has welcomed a speech by Secretary of State of International Development, Justine Greening on 'going beyond aid' to tackle tax abuses, corruption and climate change.
Christian Aid has welcomed the findings of a report by UK medical journal The Lancet, giving a stark warning about the threat to health caused by climate change.
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Tomorrow Parliament will vote on military action in Syria. Quakers in Britain oppose this, consistent with their belief that killing is wrong.
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