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Debate whether windfarms are ugly but not their efficiency, says Lord Turner

Government adviser rejects claims that wind is too intermittent and cannot cut emissions . . . → Read More: Debate whether windfarms are ugly but not their efficiency, says Lord Turner

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Campaigners clash over industry claims of rise in GM crops

NGOs accuse industry body of inflating claims that the acreage of biotech crops grew by 8% in 2011 . . . → Read More: Campaigners clash over industry claims of rise in GM crops

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Could an artificial volcano cool the planet by dimming the sun?

First major study of practicality of planetary-scale solar radiation management concludes it is a potentially cost-effective option . . . → Read More: Could an artificial volcano cool the planet by dimming the sun?

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Sanctions threat to European airlines over emissions trading

Group of nearly 30 countries resolves that each would take its own measures against the emissions trading scheme . . . → Read More: Sanctions threat to European airlines over emissions trading

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Bill Gates pledges $200m to boost smallholder farmer productivity

Fresh funding to be reinvested in projects covering new varieties of drought-tolerant maize, livestock vaccines and training . . . → Read More: Bill Gates pledges $200m to boost smallholder farmer productivity

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Why we must phase out nuclear power

The inherent risk in the use of nuclear energy can and does have disastrous consequences . . . → Read More: Why we must phase out nuclear power

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More than one in 10 marine species in tropical eastern Pacific face extinction

Scientific survey reveals level of threat to many of the region’s marine mammals, sea turtles, birds, corals and mangroves . . . → Read More: More than one in 10 marine species in tropical eastern Pacific face extinction

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‘Bacteria battery’ boosted by space microbes found in river Wear

The development takes microbial power technology a stage nearer its goal of providing a renewable source of energy . . . → Read More: ‘Bacteria battery’ boosted by space microbes found in river Wear

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EU tar sands pollution vote ends in deadlock

Decision on whether to label oil produced from tar sands as highly polluting is delayed as key vote fails to find majority . . . → Read More: EU tar sands pollution vote ends in deadlock

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Tesco and RSPB join forces to protect rainforests

The retailer and wildlife conservation charity hope the initiative – Together for Trees – will increase public awareness . . . → Read More: Tesco and RSPB join forces to protect rainforests

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