Renew Our World Ghana's Atewa Forest case resumes
A call from faith leaders for corporate accountability
The IPCC's 6th Assessment Report
A global plastics treaty is coming. Let's make sure it cuts pollution and serves people in poverty.
Nigeria votes on Saturday 25 Feb. People are optimistic this time, especially youth.
Renew Our World Ghana's campaign to protect an ancient forest from a bauxite mine is at a vital stage
COP, Indigenous People, the Church and climate justice. A long read from Jocabed R Solano Miselis.
COP27 Part 3 - where do we go from here?
“This COP has been a misspent fortnight. At a summit held on African soil - home to some of the most climate-vulnerable communities in the world - stories of suffering have been many, but real signs of progress have been few. We need so much more if we’re to see justice for people living in poverty, who are the ones counting the cost of inaction as a result of a crisis they didn’t cause. It’s deadly to stand still in the face of a rising tide.” Fred Njehu, Tearfund, Kenya
Martha Nalukenge writes about her experiences at the recent Commonwealth meeting. Originally posted on Vice Versa Global.
Tom Swaffield-Bray writes about how we can decrease the level of carbon consumption in our lives.
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