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Bus firms battle for tram controlBBC | 02 Dec 2009
Nottingham's two biggest bus companies go head-to-head in a bid to win a contract to build the city's tram extension.
Experts' climate policy warningBBC | 01 Dec 2009
Economists and climate change experts say the assembly government must be more honest with the public if Wales is to effectively combat global warming.
Community to host climate debateBBC | 01 Dec 2009
A community group is to host a public question time on climate change, to encourage debate on issues including flooding.
Copenhagen climate summit: companies turn up the heatTelegraph | 01 Dec 2009
Many have already dismissed next week's Copenhagen climate change summit as a political talking shop: long on ambitions and short on achievement. It depends what you define as accomplishment.
Twelve new 'eco town' sites announcedThe Times | 01 Dec 2009
The Government today tried to keep up the momentum for "eco towns" by announcing a further 12 locations where green developments have local council backing.
Western lifestyle unsustainable, says climate expertGuardian Unlimited | 29 Nov 2009
Ahead of the Copenhagen summit, leading scientist and IPCC chair Rajendra Pachauri warns of radical charges and regulation if global disaster is to be avoided Hotel guests should have their electricity monitored; hefty aviation taxes should be introduced to deter people from flying; and iced water in restaurants should be curtailed, the world's leading climate scientist has told the Observer ...
Britain must try harderThe Times | 28 Nov 2009
The Labour government started well enough on the environment. But now its policies are half-hearted, and progress is at a standstill
Rail station for flood-hit townBBC | 24 Nov 2009
A flood-hit Cumbrian town split in two by the collapse and closures of its bridges is to be "reconnected" with a temporary railway station.
Virgin staff strike is called offBBC | 19 Nov 2009
A planned strike by Virgin Trains booking office staff at five mainline stations on Friday is called off after a legal challenge by the firm.
Drivers continue slow-downsBBC | 18 Nov 2009
Train drivers continue to reduce speeds at gate-free railway level crossings following the deaths of three people, a union says.
Green belt future set to be election battlegroundTelegraph | 15 Nov 2009
To his opponents John Healey the planning minister wants to drive a rather large bulldozer through two of the very things that define Britain - the countryside and the democratic process.
Hydrogen buses tested on campusBBC | 10 Nov 2009
Hydrogen-powered buses are tested at Sunderland University as part of a project to develop greener public transport.
MSP fights airport car park feesBBC | 10 Nov 2009
Plans to introduce car park charges at Shetland's main airport will meet "fierce opposition", an island MSP says.
Glasgow 'axed' from train routeBBC | 07 Nov 2009
Trains on the East Coast Main Line would no longer go to Glasgow and instead terminate at Edinburgh, under new plans.
Car sharing project is launchedBBC | 05 Nov 2009
An internet scheme matching car sharing drivers and passengers is launched, extending the project to cover all of Wales.