• Green Taxes push Britons towards climate scepticim

    • Date: 14/11/09

    Less than half the population believes that human activity is to blame for global warming, according to an exclusive poll for The Times. The revelation that ministers have failed in their campaign to persuade the public that the greenhouse effect is a serious threat requiring urgent action will make uncomfortable reading for the Government as […]

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  • Threat to Unravel Europe’s Carbon Market

    • Date: 23/09/09

    Estonia and Poland have scored deeply significant wins in their battle with the EU over carbon quotas. In a decision that threatens to scupper Europe’s cap and trade scheme, the Court of First Instance annulled the European Commission’s decision to lower the carbon emission quotas of both countries. The court said setting carbon limits is […]

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  • UN Deadlock Puts Strain on UK’s Climate Agenda

    • Date: 18/09/09

    The UK’s transport and climate change agenda is facing severe strain as efforts to secure an international agreement on emission reductions founder and new research highlights a growing hostility and cynicism towards the behaviour change agenda among the British public. International climate negotiators this week expressed increasing gloom about the prospects of securing binding targets […]

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