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Scientists from the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Royal Society said the controversial method of extracting natural gas from shale should be given the go-ahead, subject to tight regulations and continuous monitoring of drilling sites.Nick
The YouGov survey for The Sunday Times reveals just 43% think human activity is making the world warmer. This compares with 55% when the same question was asked in 2008. The number who believe the world is not becoming warmer has risen from 7% to 15%.
A driver is towed out of the mud at the Isle of Wight festival. Hundreds of motorists were stranded in their cars overnight as rain lashed roads around the venue. Photograph: Jim Ross/AP A month's rain fell in a day last week in parts of Britain.
April Nick Clegg attends an Oxfam/Co-operative event in support of small-scale farmers and fair trade. Photograph: Andrew Aitchison/Oxfam/Co-operative Public companies in the UK are to become the first in the world forced to publish full details of
Seven of the 18 structures are fitted with solar panels that convert sunlight into energy. They are part of an energy-efficient green space called Gardens by the Bay that has cost 1bn Singaporean dollars ($784m; £504m). "It provides a green lung for
Many of the issues the Environment Movement has faced over the last 50 years have been difficult, but none has been as formidable as the two challenges confronting it over the next half century, confronting the earth: population growth and climate
Stephen Morrison/EPA Even as drought persists in parts of Kenya 's arid north, intense rains are claiming lives in other parts of the country flooding slums in the capital Nairobi, sweeping away hikers in the Rift Valley, and destroying crops.
In an effort to break the deadlock, the PrepCom will give another shot at the zero draft when it holds an unscheduled five-day session beginning May 29. This will be a last ditch attempt to finalise the draft action plan.Thalif Deen, IPS News, 7 May
Updated 5 minutes ago Text size T he Bay State is at risk of missing its 2020 greenhouse gas emission reduction target unless a number of immediate issues including lack of coordination, measurement and accountability are addressed, according to a