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Should we eat more goat meat?

When goats are bred for dairy farming, the billys are killed at birth. Many farmers belive it’s more ethical to rear them free-range for meat instead – and the restaurants are happy too . . . → Read More: Should we eat more goat meat?

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Geothermal energy could meet a fifth of UK’s power needs: report

The study found that subsidising geothermal technology initially would help to bring down costs rapidly as UK sites were developed . . . → Read More: Geothermal energy could meet a fifth of UK’s power needs: report

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Top US companies shelling out to block action on climate change

Analysis of 28 companies finds cases of support for thinktanks that misrepresent climate science, including Heartland Institute . . . → Read More: Top US companies shelling out to block action on climate change

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Resource-Hungry Non-Arctic Countries Should Get Observer Seats at Arctic Council

As Canada prepares to chair the Arctic Council, Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program offers 19 recommendations based on international workshop in January. . . . → Read More: Resource-Hungry Non-Arctic Countries Should Get Observer Seats at Arctic Council

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Sustainable development flourishing in Wales’s green economy

It has a constitution enshrining sustainability, it taxes plastic bags – and its National Trust may win an award for halving energy use . . . → Read More: Sustainable development flourishing in Wales’s green economy

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Germany’s renewable energy revolution leaves UK in the shade

The country expects renewables to contribute 35% electricity by 2020 – no matter what the cost . . . → Read More: Germany’s renewable energy revolution leaves UK in the shade

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Celebrating and recognising best practice

• The GSB Awards finalists represent leading practice in corporate sustainability
• Jo Confino casts his eye over the 2012 winners . . . → Read More: Celebrating and recognising best practice

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EU greenhouse gas emissions rise despite climate change policies

European Union’s 2010 greenhouse gas emissions rise of 2.4% blamed on cold winter and economic recovery in some areas . . . → Read More: EU greenhouse gas emissions rise despite climate change policies

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‘Golden age of gas’ threatens renewable energy, IEA warns

Agency says tripling output by 2035 from unconventional gas sources such as shale gas could end support for renewables . . . → Read More: ‘Golden age of gas’ threatens renewable energy, IEA warns

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Tuna contaminated with Fukushima radiation found in California

Scientists amazed that bluefins swimming in Pacific five months after Japanese disaster contained tiny amounts of caesium . . . → Read More: Tuna contaminated with Fukushima radiation found in California

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