Friday 18 May 2012
Analysis: Germany's Merkel losing green battle to cheap coalReuters | 18 May 2012
LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - To reach its strict climate targets and fulfill Chancellor Angela Merkel's nuclear exit plans, Germany needs to avoid coal and build a stack of gas power plants to secure clean energy supplies beyond 2020.
South Africa: Common Legal Regime to Tackle Climate Change By 2015AllAfrica.com | 18 May 2012
[Biz-Community] Meeting in Bonn, the 195 parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) started to negotiate a new global pact - to be enacted by 2015 - that, for the first time, will place rich and poor under a common legal regime to tackle climate change, Times Live reports.
Scottish airport and university slash emissionsEnvironment Data Interactive Exchange | 18 May 2012
A greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction scheme has seen Edinburgh Airport and Edinburgh Napier University become the first organisations to pass the standard.
O2 unveils carbon footprint of its servicesEnvironment Data Interactive Exchange | 18 May 2012
Telecoms giant O2 has joined forces with the Carbon Trust to measure the carbon footprint of its services - becoming, it has claimed, the first network operator to gain certification.
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