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Cameron 'listening to all the arguments'Guardian Unlimited | 02 Feb 2011
Prime minister appears to suggest that sale of woodlands is not a foregone conclusion as documents show coalition could lose money. David Cameron today appeared to suggest that the government's proposed disposal of 258,000 hectares (ha) of state-owned woodland was not a foregone conclusion....
The House MagazineEpolitix.com | 10 Jan 2011
Far from being another unsuccessful meeting on climate change, as some predicted, the Cancún summit is likely to be looked back upon in years to come as a seminal moment.
'Last chance' to save species in the wildGuardian Unlimited | 16 Oct 2010
Leaders of the few remaining countries where tigers are still found in the wild are preparing for a make-or-break summit in Russia, which they believe offers the last chance to save the critically endangered animal. The Global Tiger Summit in St Petersburg next month will bring together the 13 countries that still have wild tigers, along with conservation organisations, in an attempt to thrash out a global recovery plan. Britain and the US are also being urged to attend.
Illegally Logged TimberYahoo! News | 16 Mar 2010
Gregory Barker MP, shadow minister for climate change writes for ePolitix.com ahead of his ten minute rule motion on illegally logged timber.
Paul McCartney has a beef with world climate talksYahoo! News | 03 Dec 2009
Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney has a beef with world leaders' efforts to battle global warming, but the vegetarian's solution -- eat less meat -- was not to everyone's taste as he joined a debate at the European Parliament on Thursday.
"Climate saboteurs" threaten Copenhagen: UK ministerYahoo! News | 03 Dec 2009
Climate skeptics, people who doubt the science on global warming, must not be allowed to sabotage U.N. climate talks which start next week, Britain's Energy and Climate Secretary said Thursday.
G20 makes little progress on climate financing Yahoo! News | 07 Nov 2009
Rich countries and developing nations fought over climate change on Saturday, failing to make progress on financing ahead of a major environmental summit in Copenhagen next month.
Britain urges divided G20 to reach climate finance dealYahoo! News | 07 Nov 2009
British finance minister Alistair Darling urged his G20 counterparts on Saturday to work toward a $100 billion deal to tackle climate change but developing nations insisted they did not want to talk about it.
Lynx and beaver to 'rewild' English countrysideThe Times | 27 Sep 2009
WILD animals such as elk and even lynx could roam parts of England again, long after being forced out by deforestation and the expansion of agriculture, under a government scheme to "rewild" tracts of countryside.
Brown's boost for UN climate summitYahoo! News | 20 Sep 2009
Gordon Brown has delighted environmentalists by pledging to attend a crunch UN climate change summit in a bid to give fresh impetus to efforts to secure a global deal.
Greenpeace boards ship off NZ in climate protestYahoo! News | 16 Sep 2009
Greenpeace protesters boarded a cargo ship on Wednesday off the New Zealand port of Tauranga in a protest over the use of palm kernel from razed rainforests to feed farm animals.
Bio-jet fuel plan takes offEnvironment Data Interactive Exchange | 29 Jul 2009
The widespread introduction of bio-fuels in the aviation industry would result in carbon cuts worth billions to Europe, a think tank report says.
Alert on threat to freshwater crabsThe Herald | 26 Jul 2009
Pollution and habitat loss are wiping out one of the essential guardians of the world's river systems, it was claimed today. A sixth of all the world's freshwater crab species are now threatened with extinction, according to experts.