Christian Aid responds to Global Carbon Project report
Embargoed until 18:00 GMT/19:00 CET, December 5th, 2018.
This is the wake-up call for anyone who hit the snooze button following the IPCC report.
A new study from the Global Carbon Project, published today, showing carbon emissions are projected to have risen by 2.7% ...
Chancellor’s feeble digital tax shows big tech is ‘too powerful to tax effectively’, says Christian Aid
29 October 2018.
Christian Aid responds to General Synod vote on Church's fossil fuel investments
Sunday July 8th, 2018.
Christian Aid has praised the prophetic vision of the Church of England’s General Synod after it voted to sell its holdings in fossil fuel companies by 2023 if they have not aligned their business plans with ...
Christian Aid responds to ICAI report into DFID use of cash transfers
12 January 2017.
Christian Aid has welcomed the findings of an independent study into the use of cash transfers by the UK’s Department for International Development.
Christian Aid responds to news that fossil fuel divestment passes $5 trillion
12 December 2016.
“It is becoming increasingly clear that profiting from companies whose actions threaten the destruction of life on a titanic scale is no longer morally acceptable," says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid responds to UK ratification of Paris Agreement
17 November 2016.
Speaking from the COP22 climate summit in Marrakech, Mohamed Adow, Christian Aid’s International Climate Lead, welcomed the UK’s ratification of the Paris Agreement.