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Flying wind turbines could cut costs and boost power generation

Small planes that generate energy at high altitudes are already in advanced stages of production in the EU and USA

Food waste could power 600,000 UK homes

Pilot food waste digesters in Oxfordshire highlight potential for up to 150 medium-sized plants to be built across country

Scientists uncertain over rate of polar ice loss

Glaciologists cannot say for certain whether the Earth's north and south polar ice is melting faster as the years pass

Coca-Cola sets 25% carbon reduction target

Drinks giant renews partnership with WWF with pledge to cut emissions and address natural resource challenges impacting fresh water

Tony Abbott branded ‘climate denier’ after carbon trading tirade

Morning summary: Australian opposition leader called carbon dioxide an "invisible substance"

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Road-building plans are being driven round the bend

All rights reserved. Credit: Gowan / Greenpeace New road-building plans ride roughshod over the green economy Image caption...

APPG discusses UK relationship with UN Human Rights Council

On 3 July, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the United Nations (UN APPG) met to discuss the UK's relationship with the UN's Human Rights Counci

UK nuclear weapons: the UK public speaks

As the UK Government is set to release its Trident Alternatives Review, the focus of attention on the UK’s nuclear weapons has never been greater,

Blog: Community power on the up

Government announces plans to widen out the Feed-in Tariff


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: The biggest extinction ever known on Earth resulted from oceans turned acid by CO2, the...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

Living with cerebral palsy, which restricts her physical movements, Francesca said she went...

Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon:

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