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Rainbow Warrior anchors in Turkey for ‘a green future’
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Greenpeaces Rainbow Warrior III has anchored in Istanbul to raise awareness on the harmful effects of coal thermal power plants in the country

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Europe’s dependency on Russian gas may be cut amid energy efficiency focus
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EU leaders in talks about imposing new sanctions focused on fundraising capabilities of Russian oil and gas companies. Europe’s deep dependency on Russian gas could be slashed by a third if EU leaders place a higher priority on energy efficiency savings, according to the Institute for Public and Policy Research.

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‘Pull the plug on pylons’
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Glyn Davies MP met with representatives of National Grid last week to formally request that they abandon the Mid Wales Connection Project.

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UK renews commitment to cutting carbon emissions
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NEWS: Energy secretary Ed Davey has seen off calls to weaken pollution controls, reaffirming the UK’s green ambitions

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Exposing the ‘Dirty 30’: UK and Germany hold majority of Europe’s most polluting coal plants
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Coal power plants across the EU are undermining climate change efforts, according to a far-reaching energy report released today (22 July). – edie news centre

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Coal’s share of energy market at highest level since 1970
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Use of coal for power generation and other purposes grew by 3% in 2013 – faster than any other fossil fuel

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EU slated for €˜cynical €113m shale gas subsidy
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Campaigners slam new awards for contradicting bloc policy on decarbonisation

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An EU Energy Union demands responsibilities as well as rights
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Cooperation to improve Europe’s energy security must not come at the expense of the resilient, competitive and low carbon energy system we need for the future, writes Nick Mabey.

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