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  • DfT strategy for reducing carbon emissions: Nice words, but we need action, say Campaign for Better Transport, October 30 [1] topic
  • What matters is a determination to deliver decentralised energy systems, large scale renewable energy and reduce energy waste, say Greenpeace, in response to climate change command paper and Environmental Audit Committee report, October 29. [2]
  • FoE welcomes the Government's commitment to producing a legal framework for tackling carbon dioxide emissions, but argue the proposed Bill needs to be strengthened further, October 29 [3]
  • 60 per cent carbon dioxide reduction can be achieved by 2025, say NLGN, October 10 [4]


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December 2007 Edit

  • World's leading climate scientist issues challenge to Brown - end UK moves to build new coal-fired power stations, December 14 [5]
  • UK's official CO2 figures an illusion - study, December 10 [6]

November 2007 Edit

  • Climate Change Bill published, November 15. [7] According to Defra the bill includes "A new system of annual open and transparent reporting to Parliament. The Committee on Climate Change will provide an independent progress report to which the Government must respond. This will ensure the Government is held to account every year on its progress towards each five year carbon budget and the 2020 and 2050 targets."
  • Mayor announces ten new hydrogen powered buses will join London's bus fleet by 2010, November 13 [8] topic
  • 'Rebound Effects' threaten success of UK climate policy, November 1 [9]

October 2007 Edit

  • Polar Bears and supporters of I Count hand in 150,000 petition cards to Downing Street, October 30 [10]
  • Government sets out amended Climate Change Bill following consultation, October 29 [11]
  • I Count, the UK campaign on climate change, launches the I Count Communities Map – an online networking tool for local organisations and groups in the UK to work together on climate change issues. October 3 [12]


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References

  1. Campaign for Better Transport, October 30
  2. Greenpeace, October 29.
  3. Friends of the Earth, October 29
  4. New Local Government Network, October 10
  5. Greenpeace, December 14
  6. The Guardian, December 10
  7. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, November 15
  8. Greater London Authority, November 13
  9. UK Energy Research Centre, November 1
  10. The Woodland Trust, October 30
  11. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, October 29
  12. The Woodland Trust, October 3

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