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Environmentalists say MPs must struggle for a proper decarbonisation target and support for smaller generators to break the 'Big 6' energy deadlock.
An interesting but powerful fact from the World Development Movement: By the end of tomorrow (Friday 13 January 2012), the average person in Britain will have emitted as much carbon dioxide as the average person in Kenya will in an entire year.
The Methodist Conference has said that failure to acknowledge the urgent need for radical cuts in greenhouse gas emissions is “morally irresponsible” in a new statement adopted by the Church.
Activists will continue to push for tougher European action on climate change, after MEPs rejected a plan to increase carbon emission cuts.
Leading campaign groups have launched a flurry of actions urging Conservative MEPs to rethink their plans to oppose deeper cuts in Europe’s carbon emissions.
Christian Aid wants the UK international development secretary to use his World Bank board role to seek an end to investment in carbon-intensive energy projects.
Christian Aid has welcomed new research showing that companies which make their carbon footprint public cut costs and attract investment.
Supporters of Christian Ecology Link (CEL) are pledging to cut their own greenhouse gas emissions to only 15% of the UK average.
Christian Aid is encouraging supporters to write to UK PM David Cameron, reminding him of his pledge that his government will be the greenest ever.
A new report says Britain could cut greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2030, creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs and regaining energy security at the heart of a revamped economy.
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