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China overtakes US as biggest spender on smart grids

Roll out of smart grids in China could help world's largest emitter to slow growth in C02

UK floods open ‘window’ for climate change politics

As flooding and storms continue to plague the UK, politicians must put climate change onto the long term agenda, say experts

Spring Catholic People’s Weeks

Catholic Peoples Weeks has organised seven events during 2014. They vary between 2 and 7 days, on a range of themes.

Fracking in UK could fail because of bureaucracy: report

Producers might walk away unless govt cuts red tape , says consultancy

UK Law Commission could force fund managers to recognise climate risk

Legal review could drive billion dollar pensions industry to factor environmental impacts into asset analysis

Annual General Meeting 2014 - documentation released

All paid-up and honorary members of UNA-UK have the right to attend and vote at the Association's AGM on 29 March 2014, which will consider managem

Events: Glenrothes Training Day - Unconventional Gas Free Zone

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Events: Kilsyth Training Day - Unconventional Gas Free Zone

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Obama offers $100m to drought-hit Californian farmers

US president pledges over $100 million to help farmers who are suffering in historic Californian drought

US and China to speed up climate change co-operation

Carbon superpowers say they will step up efforts to improve emissions standards in cars, buildings and power plants

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World Development Movement:

This weekend I joined over three thousand others as a delegate to the

Responding to Climate Change:

COMMENT: A 2015 carbon cutting deal needs a legal basis, argues Sebastian Oberthür, but it's not...

John Ray Initiative:

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