How settled is the man-made global warming debate?

By Sir John Houghton 18 Jan 2008

Sir John Houghton, co-chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) Scientific Assessment working group 1988-2002, discusses the reality and consequences of global warming and his motivation behind his involvement in the climate change debate.

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After the virus: is it time for a debt 'jubilee'?

Paul Mills considers debt cancellation in the context of the economic challenges caused by the pandemic. What should Christians think about the growing consensus that there should be some kind of global debt write-off?

 

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