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Ten ways to secure social justice in the green economy

ANALYSIS: Environmental protection efforts can exclude local communities - but a balance is possible with careful planning

Green credentials of fracking ‘exaggerated’, says IPCC author

NEWS: Yacob Mulugetta tells RTCC he was surprised by level of focus given to role of gas in cutting emissions post WG3 report

PoP: it’s all happening!!

Anyone with anything to announce on cycling waited for the Pedal on Parliament weekend …

UPDATE: The UK steps up efforts on ensuring tax transparency

On 21 April, the UK Department of Business, Innovat

UK reaffirms support for UN human rights work

Sir Mark Lyall Grant says UK committed to ensuring adequate funding for the UN's human rights work.

How long can the fracking revolution last?

ANALYSIS: Water shortages and concerns over fugitive emissions are causing some to question how long shale drilling will last

UK and Poland to fund joint study into shale gas potential

NEWS: UK and Poland say they are "natural allies" in shale gas gas, and report will highlight "positive benefits across Europe"

The Seeding Change Petition Asks

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Halving meat consumption offers ‘significant’ climate benefits

NEWS: Changing global diets could yield biggest cuts in carbon emissions from farming, say scientists


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Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

The landmark vote by Lancashire councillors to reject two fracking applications in the county...

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