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Chelsea Tractors to Pay More

Picture: Greenpeace Ken Livingstone today announced his agreement to levy a higher congestion charge on London’s gas-guzzlers. The Alliance Against Urban 4×4’s, which was co-founded by the Green party’s Sian Berry, has been arduously campaigning for this result which came … Continue reading

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Ex Blair secretary centre of climate change scepticism.

image: Durward, the businessman who financied the Gore film challenge. Mark Adams, a former private secretary to Tony Blair, helped set up the Scientific Alliance, a not-for-profit body comprising scientists and non-scientists, which aims to challenge many of the claims … Continue reading

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Can We Save Planet Earth? – watch on Google video.

Climate change is the biggest challenge facing the world, naturalist Sir David Attenborough has said. You can now watch his programme on just how we might change our behaviour as societies and individuals for the better of the planet and … Continue reading

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The FOE 1 minute Green Film awards – vote now!

You are invited to vote for the People’s Choice award in the Friends of the Earth One Minute Green Film competition. Tony Juniper, Executive Director of Friends of the Earth: “One-minute green films are a fantastic way to channel some … Continue reading

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Icecream crisis as heat soars in Italy?

The heat in Italy & Greece has reportedly led to a shortage in icecream … just as the school holidays kick off. The Italian goverment have called a crisis meeting to head off anticipated full scale riots across the country … Continue reading

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