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The Labour Party's new leader Ed Miliband has moved quickly to emphasise his centrist views and to refute claims in the right-wing press that he is too left-wing.
Environmental groups have given a sceptical response to pledges made by the Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne at the Liberal Democrat conference.
The Education Secretary Michael Gove has been urged not to “jeopardise green education” after threatening to axe a scheme aimed at creating sustainable schools.
Ministers been accused of going “backwards”, by delaying plans to introduce an Environmental Performance Standard (EPS) for power companies.
Environmental analysts are less than impressed with the green credentials of the government's emergency budget statement in the House of Commons today.
NGOs and campaigners have given a mixed reaction to the Prime Minister's promise that his administration will be Britain's “greenest government ever”.
Friends of the Earth have called on the new government to take urgent action to create a low carbon-economy. They said it should be a key priority for the coalition.
Public bodies could bring about significant improvements in UK farming by ensuring that they buy their food from sustainable and ethical sources, according to Friends of the Earth.
As the Chancellor of the Exchequer prepares to deliver his budget today, he has been urged to lay “the foundations of a green future” by the campaigning group Friends of the Earth.
Friends of the Earth have welcomed a promise by the Conservatives to establish a Green Investment Bank, but they say that the plan must be combined with others measures to be effective.
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