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UK carbon targets at risk over local authority funding cuts

Published in the guardian.co.uk on Thursday 17th May 2012 Fiona Harvey, environment correspondent

The Committee on Climate Change, the statutory body set up to advise ministers on how to meet the government’s carbon targets, called for local authorities to be ordered do develop and implement plans to cut carbon emissions. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA

Funding […]

New UK attempt to capture carbon

The aim of carbon capture is to is to prevent CO2 escaping into the atmosphere

Published on the BBC News website on 3rd April 2012

renewed attempt to develop ways of making power stations greener has been unveiled by the UK government.

For the second time in five years, £1bn will be […]

Feed In Tarrif update – what happens next?

Published on the Good Energy website on 30th January 2012

Last week the government lost the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) appeal and confirmed that they were seeking permission to appeal to the Supreme Court. Going forward, what kind of time frame on the Supreme Court appeal can we expect, and when can we anticipate any […]