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Slavish arguments

I have just returned from visiting the remarkable A Rocha Ghana team, and they took us to two world-famous and entirely different sites in one afte

KPMG: world’s leading firms not taking climate risks seriously

Consultancy says oil and gas sector leading in assessments of environmental and social risks

Water ‘batteries’ can ensure constant clean energy supply

Energy from surplus wind power can be used to pump water uphill and will provide “battery” power to even out energy supply and demand, researchers

Time for EBRD to Retire Old King Coal Definitely

WCC invites businesses to have their say on council priorities

Tuesday, 10 December 2013 - 7:30am to 9:30am Walton Suite at Guildhall Winchester Winchester City Council is inviting local businesses to...

News: CLIMATE UPDATE - November 2013 was the sunniest November ever recorded

November 2013 was the sunniest November ever recorded in figures going back to 1929. The month was also a bit cooler and drier than average.

Santa turns to social media for help

In the wake of Santa's recent revelation about his home, we've noticed some unusual activity on his social media accounts.

National Trust launches plan to turn bracken into biomass

The UK's National Trust is pioneering a project to turn useless fields into a source of biomass

WTO Deal: Free trade trumps right to food

A giant for justice and a down-to-earth inspiration

UNA-UK joins the United Nations and millions of people around the world in paying tribute to Nelson Mandela's life and achievements


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Emerging economy will aim for 28-33% renewable energy by 2030, President Rousseff said in...


All rights reserved. Credit: Matthew Pritchard / Greenpeace Even polar bears can...
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