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Nissan taxi readies for battle with London’s black cabs
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Nissan Motor Co unveiled its new Taxi for London on Monday, having adapted an existing van to look more like the city’s traditional black cabs and allow the Japanese group to challenge the London market’s current duopoly. Nissan, which already supplies taxis in New York, Barcelona and Tokyo, said the new petrol-engine taxi would be […]

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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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N America weather: Arctic blast brings record temperatures |BBC News
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Parts of the US and Canada are braced for potentially record-breaking low temperatures as a blast of arctic air blows across North America. “The coldest weather in years”

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Global warming: the science | Greenpeace UK
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Polar bear threatened by climate change Global warming is the biggest environmental threat we face. For years, scientists argued over the evidence and governments refused to accept that global warming was happening.

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Ford C-Max Solar Energi Concept Provides Sunny Glimpse of Future for Clean Vehicles | Sustainable Brands
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Ford announced today the C-MAX Solar Energi Concept, a first-of-its-kind sun-powered vehicle with the potential to deliver the best features of a plug-in hybrid without relying on the electric grid for fuel.

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North America set for record low temperatures as cold snap stretches
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First heavy snowstorms, now record low temperatures. The deadly Artic blast bashing northern America is set to continue. Flight delays and cancellations plagued thousands of would-be travellers…

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Five environmental issues to watch in 2014 | Toronto Star
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Here is a look at five environmental issues that will make headlines in 2014.

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Taking the rubbish out of waste – The Green Organisation
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According to the DEFRA website, in 2010 total construction and demolition waste in England amounted to some 77.4 million tonnes. Of this, 53 million tonnes were recycled, 11 million tonnes were spread on exempt sites and the rest went to landfill.

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