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UK-based international development NGO Christian Aid yesterday staged a Mass Visual Trespass at Parliament to demand climate justice at the forthcoming United Nations summit in Copenhagen
G20 leaders have missed a crucial opportunity to combat climate change, Christian relief and development agencies have said, adding that hopes have been dashed
An impromptu choir made up of Christian Aid climate justice campaigners made sure Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband got the message by singing a ‘Coal Kills’ message outside his offices last week.
The evolutionary basis of cooperation and mobilising religious believers to act against global warming are two key elements in the fight against climate change, claims Lord May.
Social and environmental change needs anger - but tempered by love, says Jonathan Bartley. Self-righteousness does not aid change, it merely lets ourselves and others off the hook.
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.
British church leaders are supporting a Climate Change Day of Prayer in October, preparing for the next UN climate change summit due to take place at the end of 2009.
We got angry at the bankers and the politicians but why don't we get angry about climate change?
Local authorities called on the UK Government to follow Scotland’s lead and drop its plans to facilitate the development of new nuclear reactors.