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Cop 26: a question of degrees – what a hotter planet means for all of us

The world is heating up at an alarming rate and world leaders are running out of chances to keep temperature rises below 1.5C, says Jonathan Watts Until now, human civilisation has existed within a narrow, stable band of temperatures. But amid years of burning fossil fuels, we have gradually heated the planet. And suddenly things are... go to Article >

Who Wrote Hebrews? Exploring a New Testament Mystery

1 Day ago Other Source: Rss.desiringgod.org

ABSTRACT: For the first 1,500 years of church history, most Christians believed Paul wrote the letter of Hebrews. The resurgence in Greek scholarship at the time of the Reformation, however, revealed serious concerns with Pauline authorship, not... read more

Top 10 best hybrid company cars

6 Days ago Motors Source: Autocar.co.uk

If you’re a high mileage company car driver looking to slash their tax bills, then hybrid power is the way to go Combining a traditional internal combustion engine with an electric motor, these machines help keep CO2 emissions, and therefore... read more

A modal shift from flight to rail is needed to help save our planet - it's time to act

26 Days ago Finance Source: Businessgreen.com

A joint effort from UK and European governments is needed to ensure rail is able to compete with low-cost air travel, argue HS1 CEO Dyan Crowther and Eurostar CEO Jacques Damas We have been using fossil fuels for over 200... read more

COP Spotlight: F1 star turned clean tech champion Nico Rosberg

29 Days ago Finance Source: Businessgreen.com

Former world racing champion speaks to BusinessGreen at sidelines of COP26 about sport, clean tech and the urgent need for governments to act on climate Nico Rosberg enjoyed a glittering career in Formula One, repeatedly... read more

COP Spotlight: Climate Group CEO Helen Clarkson

28 Days ago Finance Source: Businessgreen.com

Chief executive of non profit charts climate finance, net zero-aligned lobbying and the 'groundswell' of corporate climate action on sidelines of COP26 conference As CEO of The Climate Group, Helen Clarkson is having a... read more

In defence of COP26

22 Days ago Finance Source: Businessgreen.com

I left the Scottish Exhibition Centre and its network of slightly leaky Climate Enormo Tents on Saturday afternoon, just as COP26 President Alok Sharma declared the Summit had culminated in a 'clean' and 'balanced' text.... read more

Metro Question Time – the full debate

14 Days ago Other Source: Nexus.org.uk

Metro Question Time – the full debate Mon, 19/07/2010 Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 19/07/2010 Nexus and the Keep Metro Public campaign group came together in May 2010 to stage a unique question time event for... read more

Do You Insult Your Savior’s Bride? What Jesus Thinks of His Church

21 Days ago Other Source: Rss.desiringgod.org

“The church” this. “The church” that. One way professing Christians betray a small, thin, and weak vision of the risen Christ is by dumping on “the church.” They might speak flippantly of what “the church” doesn’t get. Or what “the church”... read more

The business of COP26 is business

25 Days ago Finance Source: Businessgreen.com

COP26 is showcasing private-sector solutions at a time when policymakers are at loggerheads Earlier this week I hit the ground here in this delightful city of Glasgow, soaking up the human warmth amid the cold and soggy... read more

Waning Covid Immunity This Winter: Your Questions Answered

28 Days ago News Source: Huffingtonpost.co.uk

The UK coronavirus vaccine rollout started in December 2020 and the UK government has been quick to claim it’s one of the best in the world. Certainly, it’s the biggest inoculation programme the country has ever run. So far in the UK, 50 million... read more