UK carbon emissions: where do they come from and how have they changed? 7 February 2012 topic, topic
Emissions fell in Scotland by 7% in 2009, mainly due to the impact of the recession and a reduction in economic output. Emissions are however likely to have risen in 2010, as a result of the cold temperatures at the start and end of 2010, and due to increased economic activity. 31 January topic
Ramblers rejoice as first stretch of coast path becomes a reality, 26 January topic, place
16 pubs closing every week. Government needs to do more to protect ‘community pubs’, ippr, 24 Jan 2012 topic
Climate Change Risk Assessment "compelling evidence.. of the need to increase our resilience." Government announce National Adaptation Programme, 26 January topic ________ References
"Participation is ranked 3rd (out of 97) and is well supported across all organisational types. Given the prominence of this concept, turning it into meaningful initiatives and outcomes in the Rio process will be vital." Rio+20: Analysis of Zero Draft Submissions, January 2012 
Westminster World Heritage Site and Parliament Square a national disgrace, Hansard Society, October 25  New vision putting citizen and visitor at its heart needed. topic
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UK’s first electronic local currency now live! September 30 topic
Over 55,000 people, cyclists of all ages and abilities take to traffic-free streets for the chance to enjoy the sights of the capital on two wheels, 4 September topic
£100m+ boost to green London’s public buildings, 2 September 
In London, the environmental goods and services sector is worth £23 billion. The carbon finance sector is worth £5.8 billion and employs 22,500 people. Growth between 2008-2010 in this sector has been 8 per cent, comparatively strong in comparison to growth in other sectors. This will deliver an estimated 18,000 new jobs by the end of 2012 to add to the estimated 158,000 already working in this sector.
London aims to be a world leading low carbon capital by 2025 attracting an estimated £40 billion of investment and creating an estimated 200,000 jobs over coming decades.