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Approximately 6.5 million people were employed in the renewable energy industry worldwide in 2013

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Ed Balls wants to see greater stability built into green policies

Ed Balls warns 'quick wins' are damaging green investment

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has led calls today to banish "government short-termism" from climate change policies which he argues is undermining investment in the UK's environmental sector.

Global electric vehicle web portal launched

Policy makers and practitioners are being encouraged to share advice on electric transport around the world, through the launch of a new web portal.

Norstec will communicate the scale of the opportunity and the benefits of clean energy in Europe's northern seas

Prime Minister's Norstec group to boost growth with wind energy

A network group of organisations, aiming to set out a long-term vision and the economic opportunities for the deployment of offshore wind in the northern seas, will hold its first meeting today.

Third of businesses think UK is behind on renewables

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AD and biogas could boost 'painfully slow' renewables progress

The Government must do more to boost the energy from waste sector - if the UK is to meet its renewable energy ambitions, according to environmental champion Lord Redesale.

Prime Minister David Cameron, Secretary of State Edward Davey, US Energy Secretary Steven Chu and Minister of State Greg Barker at the third Clean Energy Ministerial event in London

Environmental leaders slam Cameron's speech as 'hot air'

Prime Minister David Cameron has come under fire from leading environmental figures after what was heralded as a keynote green economic speech was downgraded.

Prime minister David Cameron speaking at the Clean Energy Ministerial

PM must restore renewables bankability

Government must provide clear ambition, greater consistency and establish market conditions to help "repair" investor confidence in the green economy.

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