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2012 was the year of cycling, now we need a revolution

As bike use reaches critical mass we must keep up the momentum, for our health and for the good of the environment . . . → Read More: 2012 was the year of cycling, now we need a revolution

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Met Office forecasts wet, windy and chilly end to year

Gales in some parts and heavy rain in many others expected to ease just in time for midnight celebrations to ring in 2013 . . . → Read More: Met Office forecasts wet, windy and chilly end to year

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Major Climate Change Disasters of 2012

Since ages, mankind has been influenced by the sheer scale and magnitude of natural disasters. These disasters have time and again exposed human weaknesses in understanding their dynamics, ascertain with a fair degree of certainty on ‘when’ they would occur and determine the underlying factors responsible for their occurrence. Myths, doubts, speculation, and denial – all of them can co-exist in a global society but they need to respect or support the laws of Nature.

While it could have been satisfying to express our helplessness in meeting such environmental challenges as if there was no linkage . . . → Read More: Major Climate Change Disasters of 2012

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Energy company staff working at climate ministry

Employees from firms including British Gas and npower being paid to work at Department of Energy, documents reveal . . . → Read More: Energy company staff working at climate ministry

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Disastrous relief for Haiti

Three years on from the quake, it’s evident reconstruction has been fatally undermined by greedy and incompetent outsiders . . . → Read More: Disastrous relief for Haiti

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National Trust attempts to block 100m pounds Giant’s Causeway golf course

Campaigning group challenges Donald Trump-style plan backed by Northern Irish politicians for five-star resort on world heritage site . . . → Read More: National Trust attempts to block 100m pounds Giant’s Causeway golf course

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It never rains and then it pours. What is going on with our weather?

Scientists are trying to fathom what is causing extreme variations in British weather . . . → Read More: It never rains and then it pours. What is going on with our weather?

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How Britain went from a drought to a deluge as south-west is drenched again

It will take less than two inches of rain by the month’s end to make 2012 the wettest year ever

Click here for a graphic depicting UK rainfall in 2011 and 2012 . . . → Read More: How Britain went from a drought to a deluge as south-west is drenched again

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Electric car sales in UK expected to double in 2013 as prices start to fall

Cheaper models and an increase in charging points are likely to boost the market next year . . . → Read More: Electric car sales in UK expected to double in 2013 as prices start to fall

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2013: a year to fight for scale in advancing sustainability

Scale is the ‘unreasonable challenge’ we must meet to drive forward sustainability. Simon Zadek explains how to achieve this . . . → Read More: 2013: a year to fight for scale in advancing sustainability

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