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Youth Climate Strike estimated 4 million participants worldwide
25th Oct 2019

Youth Climate Strike estimated 4 million participants worldwide

Environmentalists demonstrate in Paris on September 20 (Photo: Mustafa Yalçin/Anadolu Agency) On September 20, millions of young climate activists, inspired by Greta Thunberg, took to the streets in their cities to demand government action on climate change. It has been … Continued

2018: Review in Climate, and looking forward to 2019
25th Jan 2019

2018: Review in Climate, and looking forward to 2019

(Photo: DoD /Master Sgt. Christopher DeWitt, U.S. Air Force/CC) 2019 is a welcome new beginning for many. The New Year is seen as a clean slate to start anew on an opportunity to commit to making better choices and cultivating … Continued

29th Jun 2018

Climate change effect on future of food’s nutrients

  It has long been known that climate change affects food production in the form of lower crop yields and shifting seasons, but a study recently published in Science Advances revealed that increased carbon dioxide may lead to less nutritious … Continued

The detriment of denial
29th Sep 2017

The detriment of denial

Satellite view of Hurricane Irma on September 3 (Photo: NASA/Creative Commons) By the time we are able to comprehend the magnitude of one disaster and scramble in our efforts to aid victims, it seems that another is on the horizon, … Continued

Can we be secure if our climate is not?
25th Aug 2017

Can we be secure if our climate is not?

Note: US power and influence not asked in the US, Russia’s power and influence not asked in Russia, ISIS not asked in Turkey. Source 2017 Global Attitudes Survey Q17a-h   (Map: Pew Research Centre) Picture this: an unidentified truck driver ploughs … Continued

29th Jul 2016

Will Brexit dismantle Paris Climate Agreement?

  The UK shocked the world last month when it voted to leave the European Union. Now, questions loom about the changing dynamics of many global partnerships; from trade deals to climate deals, the UK is entering uncharted territory. Last … Continued

Climate refugees: a new plight
27th May 2016

Climate refugees: a new plight

(Creative Commons) When you think of a refugee, what image comes to mind? A child in a life jacket sobbing in a dinghy, a campsite full of tents and makeshift facilities, a man who has finally touched land kissing the … Continued

29th Apr 2016

Climate change’s effect on global financial assets

In a world where the economy reigns over all else in importance, talking about global financial and economic impact and to argue in favour of climate action may seem radical, especially since conservatives paint “going green” as the costliest move … Continued

Over 120 people attended a landmark conference on the media reporting of Islam and Muslims. It was held jointly by The Muslim News and Society of Editors in London on September 15.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence event is to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to society. Over 850 people from diverse background, Muslim and non-Muslim, attended the gala dinner.

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