Marine reserves can mitigate and promote adaptation to climate change In recent years, leading marine scientists have said that protecting large areas of the sea as oceanic reserves carries the added benefit of helping ocean life weather the impacts of climate change. Support for that claim was spread across numerous disparate studies—until now. In a […]

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We can’t sit by and watch any longer thinking that others will act, its time for everyone to do their bit and get the key messages across whenever the opportunity arises. Take your pick: BBC on Trump, Paris & Climate   http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40136908 Guardian – lots of links – https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/jun/02/european-leaders-vow-to-keep-fighting-global-warming-despite-us-withdrawal President Macron, Putting the world first https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzcrSvF7ZJA  […]

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Just as Germany break records for its renewables output and UK breaks its solar output record the UK Government show their true colours on climate change trying to weaken European climate change proposals.  Leaked documents show UK Government lobbying to weaken EU climate targets despite Brexit Energydesk, Greenpeace   ‘On the very day Theresa May triggered […]

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Two articles reflecting fast changing attitudes to investment & climate change and major cost reductions in the technology of delivering renewables. Given scale of energy costs for the water industry investment in renewable energy looks like an increasingly good bet.  1.  Report highlights major cost reductions in renewable – wind & solar – technology driving investment […]

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