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Bexhill road protest is about putting the environment on the right side of the ledger The government's approval of superfluous link roads goes the heart of the debate about the kind of economy the UK needs It's not every day you get accused of being
Fracking 'exploitation' report dismissed by energy department Fracking has been blamed for the pollution of water supplies and causing minor earthquakes The energy department has dismissed a report that "60% of the UK countryside could be exploited"
Activists in front of the Treasury demand more support for the green economy. Photograph: Stop Climate Chaos Coalition Deborah Meaden, the businesswoman and TV "Dragon" , on Thursday attacked what she said was the failure of the chancellor, George
John McConnico/AP The government's failure to tackle climate change is "reckless and short-sighted" with just 50 months remaining to prevent a critical threshold in the fight against global warming being breached , environmental campaigners warn
Not that I'm a massive expert, but when I heard that they wanted to dig up the Arctic, I thought: hold on a minute that's not good": Jarvis Cocker, softly spoken ambassador for the environment. Photograph: Gary Salter for the Observer Jarvis Cocker
Independent analysis of the cardboard cartons from four outlets in Britain showed traces of the protected tree fibre, according to eco campaigners Greenpeace. But bosses at KFC famous for its Finger Lickin' Good slogan denied the accusation and
Francois Nascimbeni/AFP/Getty Images The British government has been quietly exchanging intelligence on key policies with multinational companies in an effort to protect and promote their plans for new nuclear power stations, according to internal
Follow us on National Environmental group Greenpeace accuses the Indonesian authorities of trying to suppress freedom of speech with its recent barring of Greenpeace UK executive director John Sauven from entering Indonesia.
Greenpeace director John Sauven stands before one of the organisation's boats at its operations centre in Islington, London It is such a novel and imaginative idea, and John Sauven mentions it so casually, that it takes a few moments for it to sink
The private companies that drive the global economy Business reporter, BBC News Two of the world's largest companies are privately-owned commodities traders Few companies are able to resist the lure of the stockmarket. The opportunity to cash in or