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Three wave energy projects enter Scottish marine contest
(Thu 19/05)
A 30 Megawatt (MW) project by Aquamarine Power north of Lewis is earmarked to enter the £10 million Saltire Prize, Scotland's energy challenge to the world.

Weather experts meet to create new climate-change action plan
(Mon 16/05)
More than 600 delegates have gathered today in Geneva for a United Nations meteorological conference to discuss implementing a new action plan to help countries cope with the devastating effects of climate change.

Experts relocate colony of rare newts to allow repair work
(Wed 11/05)
Environment Agency ecologists are to relocate a rare and protected population of Great Crested Newts just waking up from their winter hibernation so that a flood bank can be repaired.

Clean energy projects under UN climate change pact tops 3,000
(Thu 05/05)
An international arrangement that channels investment into clean energy and greenhouse gas reduction technology in developing countries has registered its 3,000th project, the secretariat of the United Nations climate ch

Low carbon farming project launched by Soil Association
(Tue 03/05)
The Soil Association has launched a new Low Carbon Farming Project to help farmers reduce carbon emissions and improve the resource efficiency of their farms.

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London gives Royal couple tandem bike as wedding gift
(Thu 28/04)
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson will unveil the capital's gift to Prince William and Kate Middleton as hundreds of thousands of revellers celebrate the Royal wedding across the city.

“Plant and Protect” campaign kicks off to save the English apple
(Mon 18/04)
Juice experts Copella have launched the 'Plant and Protect' campaign with the support of David Bellamy and the National Trust - with the ultimate aim of getting consumers planting and protecting English apple trees the

Green “train of ideas” goes on sustainable living tour of Europe
(Fri 15/04)
Hamburg, European Green Capital 2017, has taken to the tracks of Europe with a rolling exhibition on sustainable living.

WWF helps launch world's first business MBA on sustainability
(Thu 14/04)
The world's first MBA course to focus solely on sustainability in the business world is to launch later this year.

President Clinton and Mayor Bloomberg join forces to fight climate change
(Wed 13/04)
President Bill Clinton and New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg have announced the expanded alliance between the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) and the Cities Program of the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI

Investors ask world’s largest companies to reduce emissions
(Mon 04/04)
Institutional investors are this week calling on the world’s largest companies to implement cost-effective greenhouse gas emissions reduction initiatives.

UK embarks on first green trade mission to US
(Mon 28/03)
Beer makers, wind turbine installers and loft laggers have joined Climate Change Minister Greg Barker this week for the UK Government’s first green trade mission.

World leaders unite to send messages of support for Earth Hour
(Fri 25/03)
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon leads a host of world and civic leaders supporting Earth Hour 2017 as a powerful symbol of a shared global need for a sustainable and secure future.

Carbon footprint shock for presenters of Blue Peter TV special
(Wed 23/03)
One night in a specially equipped eco-home at The University of Nottingham has shown the Blue Peter presenters Helen Skelton and Barney Harwood that their 24 hour sleep-over left behind an energy carbon footprint three t

‘Leading Organic Alliance’ formed to help protect organic in Europe
(Wed 23/03)
The eight foremost organic organisations in Europe, including the Soil Association, have formed the ‘Leading Organic Alliance’ to help promote organic farming in Europe.

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