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A renewable energy trade association has jumped to the defence of wind power after damning media reports about its viability.
A global aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 to 40% below 1990 levels by 2020 has been reached by a host of industrial nations at a UN summit in Vienna.
Four methanol-loaded vessels caught fire in Central China on Monday afternoon, according to state-owned news service Xinhua, but reports said the small amount of the toxic chemical detected in the river was "unlikely" to cause serious contamination.
Water use in the European Union could be reduced by an estimated 40%, a new report claims, despite the fact that Europe is considered as having sufficient water resources.
Over 30,000 new homes in the South East could seriously threaten UK green belt, says the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) South East.
Severe rainfall and floods across the UK could make this the wettest summer since 1914, suggest new rainfall figures released by weather forecasters.
The Government has pledged £65 million worth of funding to help North Yorkshire reduce landfill waste by more than three quarters.
An independent electricity company has become the first in the industry to introduce free hi-tech meters that can read be read remotely.
Plans to use the Severn Estuary to generate tidal power electricity could cause a conflict between protecting habitat and tackling global warming.
Delegates from 191 countries are meeting in Madrid this month for the presentation of a plan to tackle desertification in the world's poorest countries.
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