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UK’s biggest water group unlawfully discharged effluent on 735 days in past three years
Beijing’s green ambitions, policy confusion and supply disruptions blamed for shortfall
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Shares of offshore platform owner Amplify Energy drop more than 40%
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Board-sponsored proposals on decarbonisation will no longer be blithely waved through
Delays to construction of tens of thousands of sites threatens government housing targets
Stringent new guidelines issued after research shows effects of fine particulates are more harmful than previously thought
MEPs consider scrapping proposal in favour of alternatives such as tougher regulation
Truly green companies redesign their products rather than buying offsets or planting trees
Even with good disclosures and determination, cutting carbon emissions is hard
Presence of soot is one factor behind the heating of the Arctic
Industry data suggests carbon credits linked to renewable energy could peak this year
Biden administration points to ‘collective goal to significantly reduce emissions’
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Developer of Orca project in Iceland plans much larger facility in next few years
Friends of the Earth tells Cumbrian mine inquiry that approval would set damaging precedent ahead of COP26 summit
Discharge from a Soviet-era paper mill endangers the world’s oldest and largest body of fresh water
Algeria had last refinery in the world and has now exhausted its supplies
Move designed to tackle throwaway culture, reduce waste and protect environment
US government says 68,000 miles of new CO2 networks are needed to reach emissions goals