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Labour has a better plan for the low carbon economy

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Labour has a better plan for the low carbon economy

Writing exclusively for BusinessGreen, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls says a Labour government would provide certainty for clean energy investors and commission a review of resource security

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Obama coal crackdown legal battle kicks off

Crucial court case gets underway as latest figures suggest US emissions rose once again in 2013

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Bernard Matthews vows to become the UK's greenest farmer

Iconic company outlines investment plan to be energy independent by next year and carbon neutral by the end of the decade

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Ed Balls vows Labour Treasury would prioritise UK resource security

Shadow Chancellor says a Labour Treasury would commission review into UK resource security in response to warnings from industry and green groups

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Insulate more homes to limit wind farm growth, say countryside campaigners

Campaign to Protect Rural England demands greater focus on energy efficiency in bid to limit expansion of new wind turbines and fracking wells

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Contradictory, cautious and incoherent - Tory manifesto offers confusion for the green economy

The Conservative manifesto provides as many questions as answers for the green economy, not least where has the David Cameron who promised credible action on climate change gone?

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Air pollution is not the weather's fault

Yes, Saharan dust may play a role, but the primary cause of our dangerous air is the policy and technology choices we all make

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We need to make it much easier to divest

The Guardian divestment campaign is hugely welcome, but banks, pension funds, and regulators now need to make divesting simple

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