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European Commission to review biofuels production
(Fri 31/07)
The European Commission will investigate the environmental impact of clearing forests for biofuel production.

Battle to save the Amazon rainforest gets boost
(Tue 28/07)
The Ashaninka tribe in the Amazon rainforest has received support from an unlikely source – printing technology company Brother.

Three men arrested over Brazilian toxic waste shipment
(Fri 24/07)
The Environment Agency has arrested three men in connection with the alleged illegal shipment of toxic waste from England to Brazil.

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Ed Miliband visits controversial Severn Barrage site
(Fri 24/07)
Ed Miliband, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, visited the Severn Estuary yesterday to review a potential site for a tidal energy project.

EU industry profiting from wasteful emissions targets
(Thu 23/07)
Companies could make over £4.3 billion profits from the flawed European Union Emissions Trading System (ETS), claims new report.

Pacific islanders set to win race to become world's first carbon-neutral nation
(Wed 22/07)
Pacific islanders set to win race to become world's first carbon-neutral nation.

Universities share £2m research grant for off-grid electricity projects
(Wed 22/07)
Universities share £2 million research grant for off-grid electricity projects.

Salford academic drafts green statement for G8 leaders
(Mon 13/07)
A University of Salford academic has submitted sustainable development guidelines to leaders of the world’s most powerful countries.

EU launches new £120m research fund for fuel cell and hydrogen technology
(Sat 04/07)
EU launch £120m research fund for fuel cell and hydrogen technology

UK languishes as Costa Rica tops the green Happy Planet Index
(Sat 04/07)
UK languishes as Costa Rica tops the eco Happy Planet Index

Modern-day dairy farms have lower carbon footprint than in 1944
(Thu 11/06)
Modern-day dairy farms have lower carbon footprint than in 1944

Global climate pact is “messy” but good start
(Tue 02/06)
Yesterday delegates from 181 countries began to thrash out the first draft of a new UN climate change treaty, ahead of the landmark convention in Copenhagen in December.

New comedy series is eco-satire
(Wed 27/05)
Tonight Americans will be able to switch on the first episode of a satirical ‘green’ show that looks all set to be a big comic hit.

Mirror technology could provide a quarter of the world’s electricity by 2050
(Wed 27/05)
Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) technologies could be as integral to a sustainable future as wind power and solar panels.

Company reports to include climate change data?
(Tue 26/05)
Annual reports from companies across the EU could include a greater level of information on climate change, under new proposals.











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