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Water and sanitation still not top priorities for African governments

It’s often not money that prevents leaders focusing on sanitation but legal barriers, and lack of interest and infrastructure . . . → Read More: Water and sanitation still not top priorities for African governments

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South Korea’s Hanwha buys German solar business

Further 200 jobs to go at Q-Cells as Asian companies buy western rivals amid strong competition from far east renewable energy firms . . . → Read More: South Korea’s Hanwha buys German solar business

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Wind power study says opponents’ claims are unfounded

Report from thinktank IPPR says wind power is an efficient and reliable energy source, contrary to claims made against it . . . → Read More: Wind power study says opponents’ claims are unfounded

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Heathrow expansionists must drop their third runway obsession

Those in favour of endless airport expansion must finally accept that there are ecological limits to aviation growth . . . → Read More: Heathrow expansionists must drop their third runway obsession

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The day the world went mad

As record sea ice melt scarcely makes the news while the third runway grabs headlines, is there a form of reactive denial at work? . . . → Read More: The day the world went mad

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Turning vegetarian will not solve the food crisis

Scientists say we should all give up meat. But inequality is a bigger factor in food shortages, and the poor have few choices . . . → Read More: Turning vegetarian will not solve the food crisis

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Nuclear row splits French government

François Hollande under pressure over economy, eurozone treaty and minister’s comments that nuclear power was the future . . . → Read More: Nuclear row splits French government

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Protesters challenge Vedanta on human rights

Mining group accused of environmental and human rights breaches in India by Amnesty International . . . → Read More: Protesters challenge Vedanta on human rights

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Australian and EU carbon markets to be linked

Deal connecting two international markets from 2015 will create the world’s biggest emissions trading system . . . → Read More: Australian and EU carbon markets to be linked

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Forget meat – there’s a world of vegetarian food out there

As shortages threaten to force meat off the table, you don’t need to dust off dreary 1970s cookbooks to find great alternatives . . . → Read More: Forget meat – there’s a world of vegetarian food out there

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