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The outcome of the COP 15 climate summit has dashed hopes and set back progress.
The government’s Carbon Capture and Storage Incentive will fund four projects.
A Carbon Trust report says airlines could make windfall profits from the EU ETS.
Report on nuclear reactor designs outlines safety concerns.
Water firms are allowed to charge an extra £1.3bn compared with an interim determination.
Few suppliers reporting emissions had reduction plans to match national targets.
Recycling successes push Surrey to ditch incinerator plans.
Passenger numbers must not grow more than 60% by 2050, says advisory committee.
The European Commission is to set up a department to combat climate change.
Court decision highlights the dilemma faced when the Environment Agency and councils duplicate controls.
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