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Asian countries challenge EU leadership in renewable energy
The Philippines and China have committed to increase their share of renewable energy beyond 2010, ...
Conference must lead world forward on renewable energy
As government and industry representatives meet for the International Conference on Renewable ...
Pull the plug on cheap, dirty power
The decision of the Queensland state government, Australia, to build the Kogan Creek coal-fired ...
World's first large-scale ecofriendly tourism scheme launched in Portugal
WWF and its partner BioRegional today launched a large-scale tourism scheme in Portugal, part of an ...
In the hills of Andalucia, Spain, olive farmers are doing their bit in the fight against climate ...
Putin signals clear support for Kyoto Protocol
As the EU-Russia Summit comes to a close, WWF welcomes Russian President Vladimir Putin’s first ...
European Commission set to fail to reduce Europe’s oil dependency
WWF warned today that the European Commission is likely to fail to set a long-awaited EU target on ...
UK government likely to surrender to CO2-polluting industry
Despite growing public concern for and awareness of climate change, the UK government appears to be ...
Leaked draft paper shows EU's world leadership on renewable energy at risk
Three leading environmental groups are demanding the European Commission put forward a new target ...
First wind farm for Southeast Asia
The windswept town of Bangui, Ilocos Norte, on the northern end of Luzon Island, The Philippines, ...
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