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IPEN: toxics-free 13h
Tech Industry Group has called on the UK Government to implement tighter regulation of e-waste exports under its Resources & Waste Strategy, after a landmark study into the impacts of Europe's e-waste crimes on human food chains in Africa
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Greg Hands 24h
For those wanting to know more about Customs Unions, here is my helpful 5,000 word essay!
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Transport & Environment Apr 25
The UK🇬🇧 and other European🇪🇺 governments are keeping aviation and shipping emissions off the books – in breach of the Paris agreement. Tell them to stop outsourcing their responsibilities:
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Unearthed Apr 24
We're obsessed with this. The countries with the largest cumulative CO2 emissions since 1750 from
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Conservation Intl Apr 23
Being a responsible traveler sounds simple in theory: Just go green. Take care of the . But when it comes time to actually taking action, it can get a bit overwhelming. Where to start? Try offsetting your impact. Via
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Natural England Apr 23
It’s Day One in my new role as Chairman for Natural England and I’m hitting the ground running. There’s a lot to do – but with plans for farming, Nature Recovery Networks, and we have every good reason to be very excited.
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Varshini Prakash 🌅 Apr 22
On Earth Day in 2019 let’s remember this image of Earth Day in 1970. 20 million marched the streets, calling for clean air & water as part of a revolution that would pass the most sweeping env. legislation this country had ever seen. Remember the true legacy of this day.
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LIFE Programme Apr 22
On , let us introduce you to Doru 🐯 the Romanian 🇷🇴 lynx who will be released back into the wild in Croatia 🇭🇷 by the LIFE Lynx. Discover how they are rescuing the Dinaric-SE Alpine lynx population from extinction ➡️
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NewsNetMe Apr 20
Replying to @MikeHudema
some would argue "but this has nothing to do with or or indeed the shifting but I am sure is still looking a bit shifty ..did I spell that ok? this is not Mr Trumpf
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Yale Environment 360 Apr 19
Since 2000, Chinese-led policy banks have invested $160 billion in overseas energy projects. 80% of these went to fossil fuels — $54.6 billion to oil, $43.5 billion to coal, and $18.8 billion to natural gas — compared with only 3% to solar and wind.
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Jon Favo Apr 19
"An October 2018 study suggested that people demonstrate 'algorithm appreciation,' to the extent that they would rely on advice more when they think it is from an than from a human."
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💧Sarah Hanson-Young💚 Apr 19
I am writing to the Auditor General today requesting an urgent audit into all water purchases signed off by Barnaby Joyce. The Auditor has a responsibility to investigate how $80m of tax payers money was paid for water that doesn’t exist. We need a Royal Commission.
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Irish Wildlife Trust Apr 19
Let's fight to save the curlew but it's worth noting that nightjar, quail, lapwing, golden eagle, twite, corncrake, ring ouzel, redshank, yellowhammer, barn owl, red grouse, dunlin, golden plover all face oblivion in Ireland. This is an extinction crisis
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Pete Elliott Apr 19
Look who I found in Oxford Street. Good atmosphere here. @mu1up
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EthosLifestyle Apr 19
“When I am grown up, when I am old enough to become a politician, I mean it will be too late to act because we need to act now”
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Mike Millikin Apr 19
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Electoral Reform Society Apr 18
How 300 council seats have been won before any votes are cast
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Common Dreams Apr 18
"The most ambitious plan by any city to address climate change."
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Simon Evans Apr 18
One third of UK lofts still lack adequate insulation, acc latest government figures (left chart). And more than 90% of solid walls remain uninsulated. Yet govt has dramatically scaled back energy efficiency policy since 2012 (right).
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GMWatch Apr 18
Farming Curbs the Spread of Foodborne Pathogens, According to Study Chemical-intensive farming does the opposite
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