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An independent UK watchdog has recognised progress made by the Scottish Government in meeting climate change targets, but warns further challenges lie ahead.
The Government's new Energy Bill must prioritise low carbon power, say five of Britain's major Churches in a statement published today (20 February)
Operation Noah will next week call on the UK Government to change the direction of its Energy Bill, which is currently going through parliament.
Scottish Greens have said the next generation is being left to compensate for the Scottish Government's failure to meet climate change targets.
With greenhouse gas emissions still at high levels, and CO2 concentration in the atmosphere rising year on year, we can more extreme weather in the future.
The December 2012 PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey in the United States has found religious disagreement on what lies behind the severe weather.
Scottish Greens say the UK Chancellor's economic and energy plans fail to respond to a world of staggering inequality and the urgent need to cut carbon.
Negotiations in Doha have achieved little to achieve a binding treaty to reverse the current trends in climate change, a churches' delegation says.
Christian Aid has welcomed the British government's promise to provide new money for poorer countries to adapt to the effects of climate change.
Green MP Caroline Lucas has criticised the appointment of Conservative climate sceptic Peter Lilley to a key environmental scrutiny role.