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It's no use having a Department of Energy and Climate Change if other departments don't do their bit.
Projections show dangers ahead of unmitigated climate change.
Staff flexibility and cost control will help see out the recession.
Gas from sewage sludge digestion is the first of five trials to come on line.
Senior water industry consultant advises water firms to adopt radical solutions to meet green goals.
Study of home-grown and imported food finds big differences between products and seasons.
WRAP says collecting, sorting and recycling is viable but councils need more funds.
Improved household efficiency is needed to cope with water stress and climate change.
Now that the hype is settling, the true potential for algal biofuels is starting to emerge.
At the halfway mark, is Marks and Spencer's five-year strategy still on track?
Trade bodies have raised concerns over cost and damage to reputation.
The latest figures indicate the EU will meet its Kyoto emissions target.
Scotland's bill could stop unabated coal-fired power stations being approved.
Ruling means councils will need to give reasoning behind EIA screening decisions.
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