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Park's red carpet for red squirrels gets the royal seal of approval
(Mon 23/11)
A successful bid to encourage the return of red squirrels to a UK Lakeland holiday park has won praise from The Prince of Wales - and led to its being highlighted as a national role model for championing the reds' retur

US Air Force uses principles of flight to create wave power
(Thu 19/11)
The ocean is a potentially vast source of electric power, yet as engineers test new technologies for capturing it, the devices are plagued by battering storms, limited efficiency and the need to be tethered to the seaflo

New campaign launched to tackle marine and beach litter
(Thu 12/11)
Plastics manufacturers and producers have announced a new initiative to tackle the problem of littering in the seas, as part of the Plastics 2020 Challenge.

US golf club managers link up with green group
(Thu 05/11)
The Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) has boosted its environmental commitment with a landmark announcement that will support professional clubs continue to improve their environmental performance.

Two-thirds of global population demand a climate deal
(Mon 02/11)
Nearly 65 percent of people surveyed across the globe believe a new international deal to cut emissions is ‘very important’, according to the annual Climate Confidence Monitor released today.

Sainsbury's opens first eco convenience store
(Tue 27/10)
Sainsbury’s first environmentally friendly convenience store, opening in Bath city centre in early November, will save enough energy to heat 3.5 million Taste the Difference ready meals over 15 years - an estimated 27

Europe's space leaders meet to tackle climate change
(Mon 26/10)
Space experts and politicians from across Europe are gathering in London this week to discuss how space technology can help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges, including climate change.

Winner of £60k Prix Pictet prize for environmental photographer named
(Thu 22/10)
Kofi Annan, Nobel Laureate and former Secretary General of the United Nations, has awarded this year’s prestigious Prix Pictet photography prize for environmental sustainability to British based photographer Nadav Kand

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Government launches grow-your-own task force
(Wed 21/10)
A new Task Force will help England to grow and eat more fruit and vegetables and improve the nation’s health, Environment Secretary Hilary Benn has announced.

Europe's largest mobile phone recycler links up with Children in Need
(Tue 20/10)
Regenersis, Europe’s largest mobile phone recycler, has teamed up with BBC Children in Need to collect unwanted mobile phones for recycling and offering eco-conscious consumers the opportunity to donate to the charity

Prince of Wales launches “Rainforest SOS” campaign
(Fri 16/10)
"Rainforests are crucial in the fight against climate change," says Prince of Wales

London meeting pushes CCS up Copenhagen agenda
(Wed 14/10)
International talks have ended with substantial agreement on the development and deployment of breakthrough Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology.

G8 must do more help poor nations cope with climate change
(Wed 07/10)
Major greenhouse gas emitters must help poor countries cope with climate change while recognizing the human rights and gender aspects of climate change, a panel of judges ruled at the Asian People’s Climate Court in Ba

European Co-ops launch climate campaign
(Wed 16/09)
ACT ! – Addressing the Climate Threat – is a new campaign being run by Cooperatives Europe which will launch on 21 September 2009 to coincide with the UN’s Global Climate Week.

First ever UK climate workshops open in South West
(Mon 14/09)
The first ever climate change workshops to appear in Britain begin today in the South West of England.

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