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Climate change: The potential impacts of collective inaction – Redress Information & Analysis

Graham Peebles explains the likely alarming outcome for life on earth even if the targets of the Paris climate change conference, which aimed to limit the increase in global average temperature to … Source: Climate change: The potential impacts of

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Hinkley Point C

Now that the government has called for a review of the contract for the Hinkley point C nuclear power station many are wondering if this is a very expensive white elephant. Whether or not you agree with the proposal for

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Paris 2015 – CoP 21

CoP 21 is over; the politicians have all headed home patting themselves on the back, and“Didn’t we do well.” echoed across the airwaves. The world is saved and we can all look forward to a greener happier future; well no

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Westminster “Makes No Sense”

From the © Carbon Brief It’s rare these days to see British newspapers from across the political spectrum united in agreement on any issue. Beyond their shared disgust at FIFA, that is. Yet this week they produced a chorus of

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