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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.
Hundreds of protesters converged on the proposed site of two new nuclear 'mega-reactors' at Hinkley Point in Somerset over the weekend.
Friends of the Earth have welcomed the Shadow Energy and Climate Change Secretary's Conference speech.
Withdrawal by the Diocese of Exeter of plans for six wind turbines must not deflect the Church from its responsibility to act on climate change
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has decried the 'missed opportunity' represented by today's Draft Energy Bill (22 May).
A new poll from Friends of the Earth reveals 85 per cent support for an increase the use of clean British energy and a reduction in the use of overseas gas.
Greens are calling on the Scottish government to back the idea of local energy companies. They say renewable energy should not be left to tycoons and big business.
The Green Party has condemned plans by Cuadrilla Resources to begin drilling up to 400 wells in Lancashire to extract shale gas in a process known as 'fracking'.
Publicly-owned renewable projects deserve a far greater role in Scotland's economic and energy future, Scottish Greens have argued today.
The continuing squabble over renewables targets in the Scottish Parliamentary election debate is missing the key issues, say Scottish Greens.
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MPs will today ( 29 June 2016) debate the UK’s role in the CIA’s rendition and torture programme, for the first time since British prosecutors...
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