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Planting Trees Could Stop Flooding says Lord Rooker
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A BBC News report today says that Labour Peer, Lord Rooker, believes planting trees is the answer to combat the serious flooding the country has been faced with in the last few months. By Roger Harrabin BBC Environment analyst

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Hotel ‘walks the walk’ when it comes to green issues
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‘Sustainability is a really crap word,’ says Nick Waddington the manager of Trenython Manor, a spa and holiday resort near Fowey which has carved out an award-winning reputation for its environmental…

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Ireland: Underground pylons will add 3% to electricity bills over the next 50 years, says Rabbitte
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The deadline for submissions on this third round of public consultation conducted by Eirgrid is 5pm today.

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Owen Paterson: Embrace GM or risk becoming ‘museum of world farming’ (UK)
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Biotech revolution will bypass Europe if farmers shut doors to GM crops, environment secretary tells conference

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Maximising the potential of green business
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Ensuring the UK economy benefits from tackling energy and climate change challenges

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Is human activity causing weather changes for Ireland? | Turn 180
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Met Eireann recently released the numbers for a temperature data set for the years 1981 to 2010. They stated that the temperatures showed an increase in average temperature of 0.5 C when compared to a 1961 -1989 data set.

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UK weather storm videos: The 10 most dramatic New Year storm videos from across the country
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As waves lash coastlines up and down the UK and flood warnings remain in place, here’s a run-down of the most astonishing videos of the New Year storms

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Thames rubbish could devastate ecosystems, research finds – Blue and Green Tomorrow
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Scientists have discovered thousands of pieces of plastic submerged on the riverbed of the upper Thames Estuary, threatening wildlife in the river and the

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