The UK has launched environment education packs for future green leaders

The UK has launched environment education packs for future green leaders Environment education packs have been launched to engage more students on the fight against climate change and engage students in conversations about tackling climate change. This launch in schools as gone ahead, prior to the UK hosting the COP26 climate summit this year. The…
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The host city of COP26 to plant 18m trees

The host city of COP26 to plant 18m trees: Glasgow, the city that will holding COP26 further on in this year, has vowed to plant 18 million trees throughout the next decade. The figure converts to 10 trees for each man, woman & child residing in the Glasgow city region. The plan hopes to expand…
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COP26 has obligation to commit coal to history

COP26 has obligation to commit coal to history: Alok Sharma has said that COP26 needs to signify the end of worldwide coal power generation & permanently commit the polluting fossil fuel to history. In a speech held outside Glasgow at the Whitelee wind farm, the COP26 President-Designate appealed to policymakers, businesses & individuals to “pick…
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At the centre of the Queen’s Speech is environment

At the centre of the Queen’s Speech is environment: The Queen has presented her speech to begin this session of Parliament revealing a new programme of legislation, that the government remarked will ‘level up’ possibilities throughout the country. A new environmental package In her 1st official public appearance following the death of her husband Prince…
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Set to be unreachable if COP26 fails is the climate target

Set to be unreachable if COP26 fails is the climate target: A new report finds, If the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) fails the gloabl target to limit the average rise in temperatures to 1.5°C could be unreachable. The Foreign Affairs Committee in todays publiched report suggests that the climate summit…
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Inquiry into Scotland’s green energy credentials launched

Inquiry into Scotland’s green energy credentials launched: The Scottish Affairs Committee has started an inquiry into Scotland’s renewable energy months ahead of the COP26 climate change summit being held in Glasgow. MPs on the Committee are inclined to investigate the technologies that would better serve the country & how challenges in their establishment can be…
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70M invested by Scotland into new recycling infrastructure

70M invested by Scotland into new recycling infrastructure: Commited to spending £70 million on improving recycling infrastructure is the Scottish Government. Across scotland the aim is that in the new five-year programme is designed to support local authorities to develop projects that will increase the rate of recycling. This is thought to possibly include the…
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Sainsbury’s named as a sponsor for COP26

Sainsbury’s named as a sponsor for COP26: COP26 has gained a new sponsor from Sainsbury’s which will take place in Glasgow in November. SSE, Scottish power, National Grid, Sky and Natwest Group have been announced as ‘principal partners’ and are now added to by Sainsbury’s decision. “Businesses have a key role to play in helping…
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Its likely COP26 may be postponed again due to COVID

Its likely COP26 may be postponed again due to COVID: A Scottish official has been reported as saying the COP26 climate summit may be postponed for a 2nd time if the condition  with the COVID-19 pandemic gets worse. The United nations gathering was first postponed last year & is currently due to take place from…
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COP26 President: 2021 to be a big year for climate & UK

COP26 President: 2021 to be a big year for climate & UK:  Alok Sharma, COP26 President announced that 2021 will bring a ‘golden thread’ of climate action driven by the UK. Talking at the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee early today, he stated: “2021 will be a very big year for the climate, it…
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