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New test site plans for fracking unveiled by INEOS

New test site plans for fracking unveiled by INEOS: INEOS, the chemicals and energy company, has proposed the construction of a shale gas test site. The project would be constructed to display the technology and prove it can be conducted safely in the UK, it has said. The government had commissioned the British Geological Survey…
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Activists take government to High Court for LNG project

Activists take government to High Court for LNG project: The Environmental campaign group Friends of the Earth has taken legal action towards the government. Activists are hoping to stop $1.15 (£870m) of backing for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Mozambique. The claim, taken to Judicial Review by the group will investigate the government’s…
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Heat pumps need to be given to low income households

Heat pumps need to be given to low income households Should heat pumps and their installation be give to households on a low income for free? This is one of the measures that are being suggested by leading companies and organisations that should be a part of the governments ‘Fair Heat Deal’ Some of the…
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Single use plastic bags go up to 10p

Single use plastic bags go up to 10p: Beginning today, if shoppers need a plastic bag, they will be required to pay 10p for each single use bag. The fee rose from 5p and will be widespread for the 1st time throughout all UK retail shops regardless of their size. In the past, the 5p…
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Government to ban financing fossil fuel plans overseas

Government to ban financing fossil fuel plans overseas: The UK will halt financing overseas fossil fuel projects starting 31st March, succeeding a trailblazing North Sea Transition Deal settled between the government & the oil and gas sector. This new agreement will have policymakers & industry invest as much as £16b in renewables, hydrogen & carbon…
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Youth unemployment crisis set to be fixed

Youth unemployment crisis set to be fixed: Could 250,000 green apprenticeships help solve the youth unemployment crisis? That has worsening as a result of the pandemic. Friends of the Earth have found new research which suggests that 250,000 green apprenticeships could lead to jobs in peatland restoration, renewables and woodland creation this would help address…
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Government asked to set 40GW solar target by 2030

Government asked to set 40GW solar target by 2030: A non-governmental organisation group is asking the government to deploy 40GW of solar energy by 2030. The union which includes among other environmental organisations such as Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, WWF, the UK Green Building Council and the Green Finance Institute suggested that solar parks…
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More trees are needed from ten largest landowners

More trees are needed from ten largest landowners: More trees need to be grown by England’s largest landowners to help store carbon and tackle climate change. Friends of the Earth has made the call, which claims some of the biggest English landowners have woodland cover ‘even lower than the weak national average’ – it urges…
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English tree cover could be tripled across the country

English tree cover could be tripled across the country: Existing tree cover across England could be tripled as there is enough suitable land. Friends of the Earth has made the suggestion, unpublished Forestry Commission data has been analysed and they have found there is sufficient tree-suitable land for an additional 3.2 million hectares of woods…
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