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Council posts 73% recycling rate to top the UK green league
(Wed 07/07)
The first full year of a new recycling and rubbish collection service for residents in South Oxfordshire has achieved a ‘simply stunning’ recycling and composting rate averaging around 70%, thought to be the best in

UK's freak weather continues with driest start to year for 80 years
(Wed 30/06)
The UK government has confirmed the country has experienced the driest first six months of any year since 1929.

Climate change catastrophe for migratory species, warns report
(Fri 25/06)
Migratory species such as turtles and whales are exceptionally vulnerable to climate change, according to preliminary findings from a forthcoming report.

Leading psychologist reveals best ways to beat blues by going green
(Tue 15/06)
Leading psychologist Professor Geoff Beattie has revealed the best ways of beating the blues by getting closer to nature.

World Cup energy demand could push UK grid to breaking point
(Thu 10/06)
England’s World Cup campaign in South Africa is set to put increasing strain on the nation’s already creaking power supply system.

Tougher targets needed to reduce ozone pollution, warns study
(Thu 10/06)
More than 20 years of policies in Europe to reduce emissions that contribute to the formation of ozone have successfully reduced short-term peak ozone levels, according to a new study conducted in central England.

UN report targets energy and farming in climate change fight
(Wed 02/06)
How the world is fed and fuelled will in large part define development in the 21st century as one that is increasingly sustainable or a dead end for billions of people, according to a UN report released today.

Icelandic volcanic activity could be triggered by thinning ice caps
(Thu 27/05)
The thinning of Iceland's ice caps could be influencing volcanic activity, according to new research.

New image needed to persuade public of climate change, study urges
(Wed 26/05)
Fear-laden images of a planet in chaos are a real turn off when it comes to changing public perception about climate change, according to research by Newcastle University.

15 nations at “extreme risk” according to Natural Disaster Index
(Wed 26/05)
Bangladesh, Indonesia and Iran have been rated as the nations most at risk from extreme weather and geophysical events according to a new study ranking 229 countries on their vulnerability to natural disasters.

US climate change reports underscore need for action
(Wed 19/05)
As part of its most comprehensive study of climate change to date, the US National Research Council today issued three reports emphasising why the US should act now to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and develop a nation

Scientists call for more effort in tackling rising ocean acidity
(Wed 19/05)
Ten years ago, ocean acidification was a phenomenon only known to small group of ocean scientists. It's now recognised as the hidden partner of climate change, prompting calls for an urgent, substantial reduction in car

Satellite spots North Korea logging in UN preserve
(Mon 17/05)
Using NASA satellite data and Google Earth images, a research team has reported finding evidence that North Korea has been logging in what is designated as a protected United Nations forest preserve.

Academics discuss future of the electric car industry
(Sat 15/05)
The green revolution for cars is just around the corner, according to a gathering of international academics.

Strategies for increasing carbon stored in forests and wood
(Thu 13/05)
While the US and other world leaders consider options for offsetting carbon emissions, it is important to take into account the role forests play in the global carbon cycle, say scientists.











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