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The fastest possible switch to lower-emitting cars is needed.
David Cameron backs calls to limit emissions from all new fossil fuel power stations.
Sammy Wilson's appointment as NI's environment minister dismays campaigners.
European Parliament approves amendments to waste framework Directive.
There is enough land to meet 10% of global energy needs but will land-use change release more CO2?
Campaigners want member states to be prevented from setting weak limits on polluting powers station emissions.
Sustainability concerns have led a biomass power development to switch from palm oil to waste wood.
WRAP has made the case for sorting plastics into different types and recycling them.
A new era in the registration and testing of chemicals used in Europe has begun.
The water industry has pledged to cut its carbon emissions while meeting new water quality goals.
The slow progress on protecting the environment in Northern Ireland shows little sign of improving.
DEFRA warns EU Directive could reduce UK's powers to set industrial emission limits.
EU environment ministers debated measures to tackle climate change at their Council meeting in June.
N Ireland's brush-off of the review on environmental governance stirs disconcerting memories.
An appeal against a civil penalty under the EU emissions trading scheme in March was the first of its kind.
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