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In the war to prevent environmental catastrophe, hearts and minds now matter as much as logic and economics.
SDC wants top civil servants made responsible for greening departments.
Retailers say a tax on plastic bags will undermine efforts to reduce their use.
The UK will rely on imports to meet its Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation.
REA wants home microrenewable installations to be financed through loans linked to property sales.
The industry's CO2 emissions have risen 150% over the past 10 years, a study has found.
A ruling over dairy product price-fixing has made retailers nervous about voluntary agreements.
DEFRA's ability to assess schemes previously financed under BREW, like NISP, has been questioned.
Most chemical manufacturers in the UK no longer publish national environmental reports.
Cement makers are basing claims of emission cuts on greater substitution of coal with "carbon neutral" waste fuels.
Rising food prices and demand for biofuels and industrial starch have reopened the GMO debate.
The government is considering new ways to tackle road congestion.
The planning system is no longer up to the job of achieving public consent for controversial projects.
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