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Welsh homes contribute to rising C02 levels
A new WWF report concludes that tougher house-building standards need to be establsihed by the ...
WWF puts UK Parliament under water
Research shows that if current trends in flooding due to climate change continue, central London ...
Wendy likes it windy
Filipino and Danish engineers have raised the first megawatt-scale wind turbine in South-East Asia. ...
Another coal-fired power station for Australia's biggest state?
WWF is calling on the New South Wales Government to choose clean power options rather than another ...
Dramatic doubling of drought frequency
Brown clouds may be masking the impacts of climate change in South-Asia. Over the coming years ...
EU Council confirms Europe’s climate lead
The European Council set a new benchmark for international efforts to combat climate change, by ...
Plans to wrap Swiss glacier with insulating foam fails to address climate change
Wrapping shrinking Alpine glaciers in insulating foam might protect the natural assets of a ski ...
Wind farms in the Philippines
WWF, in collaboration with private sector partners, is developing wind farms in the Philippines to ...
Fight continues for Arctic refuge
Despite moves by the US Senate to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, WWF is ...
Climate change related health problems will likely double by 2020
New research shows that “health burdens of climate change are likely to approximately double by ...
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