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Faith leaders urge ‘tackle climate change’

Religious leaders yesterday urged Scottish ministers to introduce strong measures to tackle climate change.

Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland David Lunan, Cardinal Keith O’Brien, leader of the Catholic Church in Scotland, and leading Scottish imam Muhammad Ruzwan, met Finance Secretary John Swinney to discuss the issue.

They said that different faiths can play an active role in helping the government promote the environment in their communities.

• Full story at the Aberdeen Press & Journal.

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