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Al Gore to address Scottish low carbon investment conference
(Sun 25/09)
A raft of inward investment decisions to develop offshore renewable technology in Scotland over the last year is a sign of greater things to come for the country's growing clean-tech sector

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Unique community renewable project celebrates milestone
(Tue 06/09)
Plans for a community energy group to install a ‘fish-friendly’ 50kw hydroelectric turbine in the River Esk, Ruswarp, took another step towards reality this week when it announced that it had raised more than half of

Schoolchildren asked to name Scotland's first wild beavers
(Tue 30/08)
The first beavers to be born in the wild since they were hunted into extinction hundreds of years ago will be named by Scottish school children.

Ashden Awards seeks entries from sustainable energy projects
(Tue 30/08)
The Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy is seeking entries from ground-breaking businesses, schools, not-for-profit initiatives, and public sector organisations that encourage the use of sustainable energy in the UK.

Green energy campaign urges UK Govt to back biomass
(Thu 25/08)
A new campaign has been launched urging the UK Government to support biomass heat and power in proposals on the incentives regime for renewable energy.

City centre canal to be transformed into wildlife haven
(Thu 18/08)
A stretch of a city centre canal is to be transformed into a wildlife haven thanks to a new ‘vegetation carpet’.

Plastic bottle sculpture unveiled to highlight UK waste
(Fri 12/08)
A sculpture made entirely from plastic bottles has been unveiled on the banks of London's River Thames to highlight the importance of reducing waste.

Sheringham Shoal celebrates UK grid link-up
(Wed 03/08)
The first turbine has been successfully installed and commissioned at the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm, which yesterday started producing electricity to the UK grid.

World Tiger Day boosted by rise in numbers of endangered big cats
(Fri 29/07)
As the WWF today celebrates World Tiger Day, results of a tiger population count show that the numbers of the highly endangered big cat in India have increased in the country.

Eco car rally returns to UK to showcase low-carbon motors
(Wed 27/07)
The UK's Bridgestone Eco-Rally returns this year and is more relevant than ever as more motorists look to cut fuel costs as well as their carbon emissions.

Search for latest carbon-cutting technologies opens for entries
(Tue 26/07)
Ecopreneurs with innovative ideas for tackling climate change are invited to apply for awards of up to £40,000 each, as the Shell Springboard programme opens for its seventh year.

Royal Gardens to host launch of Earth Awards' exhibition
(Mon 25/07)
The Royal Gardens of Clarence and Lancaster House will this week host the launch of The Earth Awards exhibition, the global awards' competition dedicated to identifying viable designs for a more sustainable future.

UN nuclear agency chief visits stricken Fukushima for first time
(Mon 25/07)
The head of the United Nations nuclear agency today visited the tsunami-damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan to gather first-hand information on the damage and repair operations, the International Atomic Energy

UK's climate change body awarded the Carbon Trust Standard
(Mon 25/07)
The Government's independent advisory group on climate change has been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard after taking action on climate change by measuring, managing and reducing its carbon emissions by over 8% over the

Scientists open UN conference on endangered species
(Mon 18/07)
Scientists from around the world gathered in Geneva today for the opening of a meeting of the United Nations-backed international organization aimed at stopping trade in endangered species.

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