The UK’s next wave of offshore windfarms will generate electricity from renewable energy at no extra cost to consumers after record low-subsidy deals fell below the market price for the first time. Offshore wind costs had tumbled by a third to about £40 per megawatt hour, which is less than the price of electricity in […]

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The Queensland government has lost its battle for the right to use nets and drumlines to catch and kill sharks in a bid to protect swimmers on the Great Barrier Reef. The state government appeal to maintain its controversial management program was dismissed on Wednesday in the federal court in Sydney. In April the Administrative […]

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Latest papers from the Natural Capital Committee say that the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan Progress Report “does not tell us much about whether and to what extent there has been progress”. Failures include no assessment of whether the environment has improved and no assessment of outcomes. The Committee says that there is an urgent […]

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