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The green push for sustainable food production
(Thu 12/11)
We don't need to go vegetarian to feed a booming world population and save the planet from climate change and forest destruction - and can produce enough food for everyone without factory farming, new research from Frie

Incentives the key to boost recycling, says industry group
(Tue 10/11)
Momentum is building behind household waste recycling, according to RecycleBank and a recent report issued by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).

Lightning may add to global warming, warn NASA scientists
(Mon 02/11)
The Earth gets struck 1.2 billion times a year, but what is the environmental cost of lightning?

Climate change could lead to a £6.50 loaf and millions hungry
(Wed 28/10)
Researchers predict it will cost £6.50 for a loaf of bread, £7 for a box of cornflakes and £18 for a pint of beer in 2030 unless urgent action is taken to prevent dangerous climate change.

UK households waste £2.9 billion a year heating poorly insulated homes
(Tue 27/10)
UK home owners waste a staggering £2.9 billion on energy bills and inadvertently pump 15,529,410 tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year by failing to adequately insulate their homes, reveals new researc

Successful wind farm planning approvals slump to just 25%
(Wed 21/10)
Figures revealed today at the UK wind industry's annual conference reveal that local council approvals of wind farm applications have fallen to a shocking new low of just 25 percent.

Successful wind farm planning approvals slump to just 25%
(Tue 20/10)
Figures revealed today at the UK wind industry's annual conference reveal that local council approvals of wind farm applications have fallen to a shocking new low of just 25 percent.

Met Office warns polar ice melt is passing “tipping point”
(Tue 20/10)
Scientists at the UK Met Office have warned global warming could melt the vast Greenland ice sheet beyond ‘tipping points’ from which it would only partially recover even if global carbon dioxide concentrations retur

Global warming set to continue, warns UK Met Office
(Mon 14/09)
Global warming continues to pose a real threat that should not be ignored

Australia overtakes USA as world's top polluter
(Wed 09/09)
Australia worst for per-capita energy consumption.

EU-15 countries cut greenhouse gases by 1.3 percent
(Tue 01/09)
The 15 countries in the EU before expansion cut emissions by 1.3 percent in 2008, new figures released today reveal.

Offshore wind farm capacity to grow annually by a third
(Sun 23/08)
Offshore wind farms could power 37 million homes by 2020.

US leads the world in wind power
(Wed 12/08)
A new report reveals the US has the fastest-growing wind power market in the world for the fourth consecutive year.

Going back in time to create zero-carbon homes
(Wed 05/08)
The answer to creating a zero-carbon modern home could be found in an energy-inefficient 1930s house.

Green sky thinking to promote the development of sustainable bio-jet fuels
(Wed 22/07)
Green sky thinking to promote the development of sustainable bio-jet fuels.











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