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Building a low-carbon economy will need the wider involvement of society.
The government launches its Low Carbon Transition Plan.
The global chemcials industry claims its products save more carbon than they emit.
Firm continues to claim emissions reductions for green tariff power.
Few sectors are likely to miss out on free phase III emissions allowances.
Science panel calls for a permanent committee on noise and funding for research.
Only 7% of the solid wood used in Ikea products is certified as sustainable.
Waste arisings could rise by 2% if councils are made to dispose of certain waste for free.
Councils have been given the task of meeting EU air quality standards, but they face a number of hurdles.
The outspoken chair of the government's Sustainable Development Commission is leaving after nine years in the role.
The country's policies do not look like they will rein in emissions before 2030.
The government has set out an ambitious roadmap for meeting tough, legally binding carbon budgets.
The G8 and major developing countries have agreed on the need to limit global warming to 2°C.
The government needs to match talk with action on energy and climate policy.
The Court of Appeal has signalled that it will leave substantive environmental policy issues to government.
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