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UK govt faces backlash at plans to cut climate education

RTCC’s daily round-up of the top climate change and green economy stories from around the world

US wind and biofuels potential exceed oil reserves

Report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance estimates commercial and potentially commercial projects could generate 46 billion barrels of oil equivale

UK Budget: shale gas industry says it doesn’t need subsidies

Gas lobbyist tells RTCC industry does not want subsidies - just permission to drill

USA can slash transport emissions 80% by 2050

Cuts could be achieved by vehicle efficiency measures, increasing electric and hydrogen car numbers and continued development of biofuels sector

Celebrate the first International Day of Happiness

20 March 2013 is the inaugural International Day of Happiness.

Africa renewable energy potential ‘can drive growth’

World Future Council report suggests supporting clean energy efforts in Africa would give continent huge economic boost

Kerry ramps up US climate diplomacy efforts

US Secretary of State John Kerry continues efforts to develop climate consensus after China, Australia & EU meetings

Significant changes needed to transport plans to reduce emissions

Open letter to Scottish Transport Minister: 

News: Nuclear subsidy decision bad for Scottish renewables

Commenting on the UK Government's decision to provide nuclear power with a large subsidy over many decades, Dr Richard Dixon, Director of Friends o

UNA-UK Chairman writes to The Times and Daily Telegraph on the ATT

Sir Jeremy Greenstock, Chairman of UNA-UK, has had

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Responding to Climate Change:

COMMENT: Chairman of UN's IPCC climate science panel says governments must pay heed to warnings...

Women's Environmental Network:

Unanimous agreement on the health benefits of community gardening in social housing!

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