Transform Magazine May 2012
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Does yellow and blue make green?
After two years in office, Tim Yeo and Peter Young consider the progress of the coalition's pledge to be the greenest government ever
Cameron gives his backing to wind power, as campaigners warn of damage to environment
Companies hoping to take advantage of the green deal to finance energy-efficiency measures will not be able to apply for funding when the scheme launches this autumn
The energy department is risking the UK's climate change ambitions by failing to consider the greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions generated overseas in making imported products and services, according to the energy and climate change committee
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) have published plans to further investigate the radioactive contamination of Dalgety Bay in Fife ahead of remediation action.
German sportswear company Puma is a global leader on sustainability, according to a study of the world's 2,000 biggest companies. And, as a whole, UK companies are performing best
Independent scientists conclude that the shale gas extraction technique is safe but set limits on drilling near water sources
Environment management systems are crucial to more sustainable production and consumption practices, according to the UN Environment Programme (UNEP)
South West Water has been fined £24,000 after failings at two of its plants resulted in sewage polluting waterways in Devon and Cornwall
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