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Participants from churches, NGOs, ecumenical and international organisations attended a WCC conference in Bossey last week to address displacement caused by climate change.
The Archbishop of York, the Catholic Bishop of Middlesbrough and the Methodist Chair of the York & Hull District are to lead a service at York Minster on climate change.
Scottish Government ministers have been asked to give public assurances that their Climate Justice Fund will be ‘new’ rather than recycled money.
On Ash Wednesday, Progressio was delighted to add its name to a call to the Church to reflect, pray and act on climate change and environmental degradation in our world.
Church leaders from some of the UK's biggest churches have made a call for 'repentance' over a prevailing 'shrug-culture' towards climate change.
The director of the Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh has addressed a meeting at the General Synod of the Church of England, its governing body.
Free Church leaders in Britain have welcomed the breakthrough at climate change talks in Durban, but warned of significant future dangers.
The outcomes of the Durban climate talks are significant but far too weak to prevent dangerous global warming, Friends of the Earth has warned.
The moderator of the United Church of Canada and eco-activists have been urging Durban delegates to act on climate change.
Well, the dark skies are persisting over Durban for the climate change talks, but it’s nothing in comparison to the storm over the UK’s vetoing of the new European agreement over fiscal policy and regulation.