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Shift to green energy would barely slow growth, UN report says
The study by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a main guide for governments working on a U.N. pact that is due to be agreed upon in Paris at the end of 2015 to slow global warming, which the IPCC says is extremely likely to be ...
Polluted air biggest environment health risk, linked to 7M deaths in 2012: WHO
The toll, a doubling of previous estimates, means one in eight of all global deaths in 2012 was linked to polluted air and shows how reducing pollution inside and outside of people's homes could save millions of lives in future, the United Nations health agency said. Air pollution deaths are ... Research suggests outdoor air pollution exposure levels have risen significantly in some parts of the world, particularly in countries with large populations going through rapid industrialisation, such as China and India. The WHO's ...
Government sets out plans for 'solar hubs'
Paul Barwell, chief executive of the Solar Trade Association (STA), commented, "Solar has not only been recognised by [the Department of Energy and Climate Change] as a key UK technology, but now has its own dedicated strategy - the first in Europe.