Key Quotes for 2005

Key Quotes for 2005

A world perspective in bite-size chunks
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Last update: Friday 18th October
British churches are doing little to respond to the threat of global warming, according to the results of a survey. A poll of 1,000 churches found that none of the respondents used renewable energy in their buildings, only 47 have made any changes to reduce damaging emissions, and just 37 plan to do so.

EnvironmentThe Baptist Times 6th October 2005
Up to 30,000 children under 2 have left Baptist churches in just two years, according to figures recently released by the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
ChurchThe Baptist Times 6th October 2005
As much as 19% of Nicaraguans are evangelical, and of the estimated 1 million evangelicals nationwide out of a population of 5.3 million, at least 70% are Pentecostal.

Religion/SpiritualityCharisma September 2005
In a new report A Home For All? The organisation reports that 47% of residents in its hostels were ready to move into accommodation if it were available. They were prevented from moving because of affordable housing.

Social IssuesThe War Cry 17th September 2005
97 million pieces of fruit and vegetable are binned in the UK every week.

Food and DrinkThe Independent 2nd September 2005
Parents are collectively set to spend 4.5 billion kitting out their children for the new school year. People will spend an average of 185 on each child.

MoneyThe Sentinel 2nd September 2005
Heart diseases in women are under-diagnosed, under treated and under researched doctors have warned. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in men and women around the world.

HealthThe Sentinel 2nd September 2005
80% of women want to maintain their figure while pregnant.

Social IssuesThe Independent 5th September 2005
A survey by magazine Top Sante, suggested that 95% of women felt unhappy with their bodies.

Social IssuesThe Independent 5th September 2005
60% of alcohol consumed by women in their twenties is drunk in binges.

Social IssuesThe Independent 3rd September 2005
Research has shown that nearly 1 in 10 people have vowed never to move house again because they found buying a new home so stressful.

HousingThe Sentinel 3rd September 2005
Smokers are twice as likely to lose their sight in later life compared to non-smokers.
HealthThe Sentinel 7th September 2005
More than 10 million people in southern Africa face severe food shortages unless rich countries act now to help them.

World IssuesThe Sentinel 8th September 2005
High levels of daily stress suffered by women may lead to a lower risk of them developing breast cancer; research in the British Medical Journal suggests.

HealthThe Sentinel 9th September 2005
This year Britons will eat around 189,000 tonnes of sausage a 17% increase on 2000.
Food and DrinkThe Sentinel 14th September 2005
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