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  1. A Green Skills Training Centre is to be established in Wales that will train people to help deliver improved energy efficiency to the domestic sector.Due to open later this year...

  2. The UK government's plans to electrify further stretches of the rail network will only make a difference if renewable energy is used to power trains.Plans for the £1.1...

  3. A £1.1 billion scheme has been approved by the UK government to electrify one of Britain's busiest railway lines.Stretching from London to Cardiff, the Great Western line...

  4. With Sir Paul McCartney campaigning for people to abstain from eating meat one day a week, an animal welfare group has highlighted the negative impact that livestock rearing can...

  5. Attempts to cut UK road emissions are being drastically undermined by the cost of public transport, new figures suggest.Official statistics, published following a parliamentary...

  6. A new fleet of trains are to be "cleaner, greener" and less noisy than existing models, according to the Department for Transport (DfT).The DfT announced a £7.5...

  7. Hydrail Organisation

    The Focus: The Fifth International Hydrail Conference agenda departs somewhat from the first four IHCs in that it focuses on three featured subjects: (1) mass carbon-free...

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  8. The National Grid is planning to set up a network to pipe carbon dioxide emissions into underground storage beneath the North Sea.A £2 billion carbon transport and storage...

  9. electric cars, hybrid trains hydrogen prius...

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  10. Supermarkets are not doing enough to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions according to the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA).A report from the agency revealed that most...

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