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The Love London: Love your Planet Festival was last launched on June 4th 2009
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World Paper Free Day: Top tips to reduce paper waste
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Labour makes Efficiency Central Pillar of Energy Policy
The Green Paper was first mooted at the September Labour Party Conference, when Ed Miliband pledged to make...
Harnessing Energy from Human Waste a worthwhile initiative.
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LWARB and WRAP ally to help London reach 50% recycling target
LWARB and WRAP's programme shall help London local authorities reach the Mayor of London's 50% recycling...
Minister Davey to continue Renewable Energy Drive
Energy Secretary Ed Davey has reiterated that annual investment in renewable electricity has more than doubled this...
EU Court Ruling on Air Pollution — 19th November
On Wednesday 19th November, the Court of Justice of EU is due to rule on what remedial action it will take to...
Mayor of London’s £28 billion Roads to Nowhere . . .
The Mayor of London is planning to spend £28 billion building and widening roads in London, new research by...
UK Government backs solar PV in Schools
Following the April announcement from the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) of updates to its Solar...
28 Jan 2015 - Stakeholder Engagement
This training will help you understand how to keep your collaborators happy and engage them in a way that is...
28 Jan 2015 - Communicating Renewable Energy
This course looks at the background to these issues, offers core information about key renewable energy...
05 Mar 2015 - Towards a Cycling Revolution: Promoting Cycling and Improving Road Safety for Cyclists
Towards a Cycling Revolution: Promoting Cycling and Improving Road Safety for Cyclists Central...
22 Apr 2015 - Sustainable Business of the year — do you have what it takes to win . . .
2015 Environment and Energy Awards 22nd April National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham ...