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That humans are changing the climate is now a given, just like Darwin's theory of evolution.
The government is about to change an important policy tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Energy consultants claim trust is "insular and competitive".
The oil company plans to focus on biofuels.
EDF and Eon say the intermittency of renewables will damage new nuclear development.
Works meeting ammonia targets are likely to remove oestrogens, a water industry study has found.
The UK-centric plan focuses on waste and recycling but neglects overseas impacts.
Many areas of UK land are unavailable for digestate spreading, a study has found.
Reaching a worthwhile new agreement on climate change this year will be tough.
An Agency report reveals councils have moved slowly in identifying and remediating contaminated land.
What is stopping bioplastics reaching their potential as a green alternative to their oil-derived counterparts?
DECC is consulting on plans for the Carbon Reduction Commitment which will cover 5,000 bodies.
Carbon traders fear Eastern European allowances will upset the market.
A recent Court of Appeal case has challenged the assertion that the UK has not breached the Aarhus Convention.
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