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Analysing the IPCC Report: 6 stand-out issues to reduce emissions

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) newest installment, Working Group III (WGIII): Mitigation and Climate Change, highlights an important message: It’s still possible to limit average global temper

Analysing the IPCC Report: 6 stand-out issues to reduce emissions
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Europe's new rules on renewable energy support: What it all means
(Thu 10/04)
Answering the questions surrounding Europe's new guidelines for renewable energy.... Read more

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Analysing the growing cyber threat to the green energy industry
(Wed 09/04)
Dr Scott McVicar, Managing Director Cyber Security at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, analyses the threat of cyber sabotage currently facing renewable energy generators... Read more

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Nearly half of new electricity generation is now renewable
(Mon 07/04)
Renewable energy's share of world electricity generation continued to steadily climb last year to account for nearly half of new capacity despite a 14 per cent drop in investments to US$214.4 billion, according to a new... Read more

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Report finds car clubs in Scotland help tackle air pollution
(Thu 03/04)
A report published today by the national shared transport charity, Carplus, shows that car clubs are helping to reduce the pollution produced on Scotland’s roads.... Read more



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Analysing the IPCC Report: 6 stand-out issues to reduce emissions
(Sun 13/04)
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) newest installment, Working Group III (WGIII): Mitigation and Climate Change, highlights an important message: It’s still possible to limit average global temper

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Europe's new rules on renewable energy support: What it all means
(Thu 10/04)
Answering the questions surrounding Europe's new guidelines for renewable energy.

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Analysing the growing cyber threat to the green energy industry
(Wed 09/04)
Dr Scott McVicar, Managing Director Cyber Security at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, analyses the threat of cyber sabotage currently facing renewable energy generators

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Nearly half of new electricity generation is now renewable
(Mon 07/04)
Renewable energy's share of world electricity generation continued to steadily climb last year to account for nearly half of new capacity despite a 14 per cent drop in investments to US$214.4 billion, according to a new

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Report finds car clubs in Scotland help tackle air pollution
(Thu 03/04)
A report published today by the national shared transport charity, Carplus, shows that car clubs are helping to reduce the pollution produced on Scotland’s roads.

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Climate change forces flower festival forward a month since 1960s
(Wed 02/04)
Organisers of flower festivals are being forced to adapt to increasingly early first blooming dates in spring, according to a study by a Coventry University academic.

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Global solar PV market returns to growth following two-year slide
(Tue 01/04)
The worldwide solar PV market returned to growth last year for the first time in three years, according to figures released today by the International Energy Association (IEA).

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Design firm reveals its vision for sustainable cities of the future
(Mon 31/03)
A new report by design and engineering consultancy Arup envisages the cities of the future as integrated networks of intelligent green spaces, designed to improve the health and well-being of citizens.

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Early public engagement is vital for new energy technologies
(Thu 27/03)
Early public engagement is vital to the acceptance of new emission-busting energy technologies, says a Government-funded report published today.

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New Christian Aid report reveals the human cost of climate change
(Thu 27/03)
Christian Aid has published a new report showing the devastating effects of climate change, with communities worldwide, particularly in worst hit poorer countries, being forced to change their way of life.

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WHO figures reveal 7 million people died from air pollution in just 12 months
(Tue 25/03)
Around 7 million people died in 2012 as a result of air pollution exposure, according to shocking new research released today by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

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Wind outperforms solar in energy generation versus cost study
(Thu 20/03)
The global demand for solar and wind power continues to soar. Since 2009, global solar photovoltaic installations have increased about 40 percent a year on average, and the installed capacity of wind turbines has doubled

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Report counts the vast water cost of traditional power plants
(Wed 12/03)
A report published today by the European Wind Energy Association(EWEA) highlights the vast amount of water used by traditional power stations to generate power – and calls for this to be taken into account by Governmen

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Renewable energy helps Scotland become one of the world's wealthiest nations
(Tue 11/03)
Scotland’s control over a quarter of Europe’s offshore wind and marine energy has helped it become one of the world’s wealthiest nations, according to new analysis released today.

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Govt's own advisors say more should be done to protect UK's natural capital
(Tue 11/03)
A Government advisory committee has delivered a critical assessment of political efforts to support and promote the natural environment.