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How lighter than air carbon can help cut emissions

Move over graphene.

A Normal Wednesday Morning - With John Kerry

This morning in central London was a morning like any other. It was a morning of world leaders and business executives developing new ways of...

Don’t cry over spilled Nutella – Cry over hunger!

Today’s Guardian website features an article about “food crime” mentioning thieves who stole five tonnes of Nutella in Germany as a key example. But...

New World Spring 2013 asks: can technology save the world?

UNA-UK's flagship magazine looks at a range of technological innovations and their potential to contribute to tackling some of the biggest challeng

Three strikes and you're out

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace Polar bears climb a Statoil rig on Wednesday Image caption:  Polar bears...

Commissioner calls for expansion of EU energy empire

EU presses on with supergrid plans despite budget cuts as energy commissioner Günther Oettinger calls for North Africa and Caspian Sea nations to j

Climate protesters converge on London ahead of G8 meeting

US Secretary of State John Kerry singled out as activists call for him to block Keystone XL

EU carbon market reform hits rocks ahead of crucial vote

RTCC’s daily round-up of the top climate change and green economy stories from around the world

Does the Bible promote food sovereignty or food security?

Africa’s “rawdeal” to be highlighted at Westminster

The Africa Europe Faith & Justice Network (AEFJN) is taking the opportunity of its 25th anniversary to highlight Africa’s “rawdeal” in its rela


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Responding to Climate Change:

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Columban JPIC:

Parish visit to St. Matthew, and St. Cecilia, Liverpool, Archdiocese of Liverpool, by Fr.

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