Roundup: Global warming, Rio+20, John the Baptist, Census, Rowan Williams and Islam, US election
There are benefits in the melting of the Arctic, but the risks are much greater.
The conference has been largely overshadowed by criticism for its perceived lack of vision, leadership, and concrete action.
Relics found in an old Bulgarian church is believed to be those of John the Baptist, the biblical figure said to have baptized Jesus.
Census figures on religion in Australia released last Thursday once again paint a picture of change in the religious composition of Australia.
The Observer ought to publish an apology.
How the faith of likely voters affects the issues they care about.