Nuclear could get the go ahead

Huhne says Nuclear plants can happen but at no cost to the taxpayer

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Global temperature records – a new way forward

In February, scientists from the UK Met Office called for a new international project to modernise global temperature records

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Academics call for new approach to tackling climate change

A new carbon tax needs to be introduced to fund the further development of clean energy technologies

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Minister gets her hands dirty as part of the fight against climate change

Environment Minister Jane Davidson has donned her boots and joined a group of volunteers in the Forest Farm area of Cardiff

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Next wave of offshore wind farms 'to provide enough power for 1.4 million homes'

The Crown Estate has today announced an additional 2 GW of capacity from the Round 1 and 2 project extensions, which would be enough electricity

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LED lighting use 'will increase'

A new research document has suggested that a growing number of construction projects will start to use LED (light-emitting diodes) lighting

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World must tackle over-consumption of energy, resources, UN panel chair warns

The world is consuming too much energy and materials to sustain itself and the global community must summon the political

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Shipping of carbon emissions under discussion

The logistics of carbon capture are being discussed by major shipping operators, it has been revealed

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Wind Turbine guidance for sustainable communities

New report based on BRE study will aid compliance with UK policy regarding renewable energy generation for high-rise developments

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Boost for climate change as Lucas gains seat

Caroline Lucas has been elected as the UK's first Green MP after winning the seat of Brighton Pavilion

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Paul Green
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Sheffield City Council

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