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London aims for £1.85m per year saving with LED roll-out

UK capital set for largest energy efficient road lighting project in country, installing 35,000 street lamps by 2016

James Hansen: 2C temperature rise would be “disastrous”

UN's 2C limit for global warming is way too high and would threaten major dislocations for civilization say a group of prominent scientists

Ocean acidification is making fish anxious

As climate change warms the world's oceans, they are becoming more acidic.

UN Green Climate Fund opens, concerns remain over finance drought

Flagship green investment bank will be 'unveiled' in South Korea, but cash machines expected to be empty till late 2014

News: New report urges more rapid action on climate change

Reacting to a new report from climate scientists, including Prof Pete Smith at Aberdeen University, Dr Richard Dixon, Director of Friends of the Ea

The low down

The WTO has languished for 12 years, unable to push forward its agenda of trade liberalisation in the face of opposition from Southern governments...

Average UK pension holder betting £180 on food prices - estimate

US will share pollution lessons with China says EPA chief

Tuesday's top 5: EPA chief prepares for China visit, Greg Hunt defends carbon price repeal, Canada's bid to become energy superpower under threat

Saab to launch electric 9-3 sedan in 2014

An order of 200 electric cars have already been placed initially for the Chinese market


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Leading emerging economies say they want to deepen ties on renewable energy and explore...


Sir Jeremy Greenstock, UNA-UK's Chairman,

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