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EIB provides £100m for UK research on cutting emissions
(Fri 23/11)
Specialist research into emission control, process and low carbon technologies undertaken by Johnson Matthey will be supported by a £100m loan agreed with the European Investment Bank.

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Research reveals predicted electric car boom at UK hot spot cities
(Thu 22/11)
New research released today by British Gas reveals a predicted boom in the take up of electric cars in London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Epsom and Brighton.

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Increased fishing depths put pressure on vulnerable deep-sea species
(Wed 21/11)
A new study reports that fishing depths in the EU have increased, with more deep-sea fish species being harvested. Deep-sea fish populations are often more vulnerable to effects of fishing, and the ecological impact of o

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Owls hold key to reducing noise pollution from aircraft, study finds
(Mon 19/11)
Airlines and airports could soon be relying on nature for a unique way to reduce noise pollution after researchers found owl feathers are designed to minimise sound while in flight.

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Survey finds men are more environmentally responsible car drivers than women
(Thu 15/11)
Male motorists are more likely to drive in a more environmentally friendly manner than females, according to the results of a new survey.

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UK gives major funding boost to low-carbon fuel research
(Mon 12/11)
In a move that could potentially revolutionise major UK industries and help the country meet its serious social and environmental challenges, the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) has announc

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Cultural effects of climate change are under-estimated, study warns
(Mon 12/11)
The impact of climate change on many aspects of cultural life for people all over the world is not being sufficiently accounted for by scientists and policy-makers, according to a new study.

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Huge two-year study shows solar PV panels perform better than expected
(Fri 09/11)
A two-year solar energy project at the University of Sheffield has shown almost all of the 2,000 systems in the scheme are still performing better than expected.

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Man-made emissions are stalling the start of the next ice age
(Thu 08/11)
Mankind's emissions of fossil carbon and the resulting increase in temperature could prove to be our salvation from the next ice age.

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New system helps communities plan better for climate change
(Wed 07/11)
Climate scientists cannot attribute any single weather event — whether a drought, wildfire or extreme storm — to climate change. But extreme events, such as Hurricane Sandy, are glimpses of the types of occurrences t

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UK faces higher risk of flooding and droughts as water crisis looms
(Tue 06/11)
The risk of flooding and water shortage in 2013 has increased because the Government is too slow in changing the way we manage our water, environmental leaders warn.

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Research reveals why sea levels are rising faster than previously feared
(Thu 01/11)
Sea levels are rising faster than expected from global warming and new research is said to reveal the reasons why.

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How global warming will change the face of UK suburbs
(Thu 01/11)
Britain’s suburbs will need a radical overhaul to cope with the effects of global warming, which will include decades of drought, soaring temperatures and violent storms.

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Biofuel breakthrough as algae turned to crude in just 60 seconds
(Wed 31/10)
Researchers have reduced the multi-million year process to produce crude oil by using a simple cooking technique to produce 60-second biofuel.

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Climate change is linked for the first time with devastating health impacts
(Thu 26/07)
For decades, scientists have known that the effects of global climate change could have a potentially devastating impact across the globe, but Harvard researchers say there is now evidence that it may also have a dramati











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