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Vocal Training 2013

Urine-powered mobile phones could soon be in the shops

British scientists have developed a new way to charge electrical appliances by spending a penny or visiting the loo

SPEAK's upcoming activism skill-share event: Vocal Training

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New EPA chief Gina McCarthy faces tough challenges

Barack Obama's nominee as Environment Protection Agency chief starts work today - and her inbox is likely to be full of tough choices

China finance minister backs carbon tax

Support for a carbon tax within China appears to be growing after reports Lou Jiwei said this could take place "in some time"

US renewable energy use soared in 2012 – report

Federal data from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory reveals wind, solar and natural gas steadily displaced coal as energy sources

China ratchets up solar trade war with USA

China has imposed preliminary anti-dumping duties on solar products from the US and South Korea following an eight month investigation

UK hands fracking firms “most generous tax breaks in world”

Morning briefing: George Osborne has infuriated environmentalists by announcing big tax breaks for the shale gas industry

EU and China launch joint scheme to tackle pollution

Environmental Sustainability Project set to target heavy metals, water pollution, and waste treatment alongside pair's existing climate strategy

Will the European Investment Bank lead on sustainable energy lending or lag behind the World Bank?


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