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UK leads the way in EU emission trading
The UK government has set the standard for other EU member states with its proposal for a national ...
Salmon "cooking" in Scottish rivers
Rising river temperatures due to global warming could be fatal for Scotland's wild salmon, hundreds ...
It's official: 2003 was Scotland's hottest ever
Using figures from the Meterological Office, WWF today confirmed that 2003 was the warmest year ...
Climate change threatens one million species
A new study to be published tomorrow by the science journal Nature predicts that over one million ...
EU Environment Ministers fail to live up to their Kyoto promises
WWF today poured scorn on EU Environment Ministers for watering down their own Carbon Emissions ...
Philippines: say no to polluting coal
WWF is urging the Philippine government to listen to its people and not go ahead with a polluting ...
WWF questions EU energy commissioner's integrity
WWF today condemned the comments made yesterday by EU Energy and Transport Commissioner Loyola de ...
Climate protection threatened by European Commission's energy package
The "Energy Package" presented today by European Commissioner Loyola De Palacio will be extremely ...
Russia: wake up and ratify the Kyoto Protocol!
In a visual performance, WWF urged ministers arriving today for climate negotiations in Milan, ...
Two steps forward, one step back: Kyoto mechanisms finalized
Despite some reservations, the Climate Action Network welcomed the conclusion of an agreement on ...
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