The world is celebrating the one-year anniversary of Pope Francis’ groundbreaking encyclical on ecology, “Laudato Si”, and much of those celebrations are focused on taking climate action.
While the Brazilian government fights for its political survival, European companies risk being caught up in the fall-out as it’s revealed that major energy firms plan to build and run a controversial mega-dam project in the heart of the Amazon.
Tributes are being paid across the world, today, for Honduran indigenous and environmental right campaigner, Berta Cáceres following her murder at her home in La Esperanza
Thirteen protesters who chained themselves to London Heathrow’s northern runway to oppose airport expansion have narrowly escaped jail Wednesday.
A letter from shadow chancellor John McDonnell and Caroline Lucas, Green Party MP for Brighton, warns that jailing the Heathrow 13 protesters would represent a “massive threat” to the right to peaceful protest in the UK.
From schools, to churches, the Women’s Institute to sports teams and surfers, UK citizens will come together this Valentine’s Day to show their love of climate action.
In our third Youth on Climate blog we head to the Philippines and meet Keidy Transfiguracion, a young woman fighting deforestation.
Catholic leaders from around the world have called for a transformative breakthrough at this December’s UN climate conference in Paris, saying any deal must put “the common good ahead of national interests”.
In yet another call for the UK government to end its love affair with coal, protesters have today shut down England’s largest opencast mine.