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December has felt like a momentous month for UK and EU policy on global warming.
EU leaders have agreed to a 20% emissions cut after a string of concessions.
Negotiations on a successor to the Kyoto Protocol made modest progress in Poland.
B&Q is aspiring to become a zero-carbon business as part of a new ‘one planet living’ strategy.
The Committee on Climate Change has proposed five-year carbon budgets up to 2022.
Growth in the use of biomass for heating could pose a threat to meeting particulates targets.
The EU’s REACH regime is the best way to deal with chemical risks, they insist.
A tax on plastic bags looks unlikely after retailers pledged to cut bags by 70%.
Vodafone has set an ambitious target for a 50% cut in carbon dioxide emissions by 2020.
Sir John Harman gave a powerful lecture marking the ENDS Report’s 30th anniversary.
Only 7.5% of councils have timber policies in place to ensure the wood they buy is from legal sources.
Chancellor brings forward green public spending but waters down car and aviation measures.
EU farm ministers nudge CAP towards green support, but critics say move dosen't go far enough.
The High Court has held that UK pesticide spraying policies are incompatible with EU law.
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