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There is something profoundly wrong with our addiction to economic growth.
Plan to make new plants install carbon capture technology.
The Budget calls for 34% carbon cut by 2020.
WWF wants energy firms to report the financial liability arising from their emissions.
Job losses are blamed on poor scheme management.
Green groups claim a leak was narrowly avoided in April.
Royal Mail has launched a reduced-rate service for direct mail meeting new criteria.
An ex-employee has alleged serious failings at a Bolton plant.
Manufacturers have found value in leasing rather than buying chemicals.
The UK has one of the world's largest green industrial sectors, but the recession is endangering growth.
The Sustainable Development Commission has aired what may be the most inconvenient of truths.
A restructure may be on the cards for the UK's water industry.
The G20 and UN summits in April produced patchy outcomes, but there were some gains.
Business leaders would be unwise to applaud heavy-handed tactics to stop protesters.
The rejection of a claim regarding Stansted airport expansion highlights the problems campaigners face.
Plymouth, South Devon, UK | Wolf Minerals
London | Ricardo Energy & Environment
Croydon | Jacobs Engineering Group
Manchester | Ricardo Energy & Environment
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