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The Consumer Council for Water suggests water providers are failing to close a “gulf” between high levels of satisfaction with the quality of services provided and unhappiness regarding high costs.

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Fifth of global cities ‘to experience unprecedented climate conditions by 2050.’
A new study from the Crowther Lab suggests nearly 80% of cities will experience dramatic heat and weather changes by this time.

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ladimir Putin claims wind turbines are harming birds and worms.

The Russian President said there are “serious consequences of the application of these modern methods of obtaining energy.”

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Almost half of largest-emitting firms still not ‘adequately considering climate’.
A study published by the Transition Pathway Initiative also notes 25% of companies still do not disclose their carbon emissions.

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London’s corporate landlords and tenants pledge to clean up energy use
Currently, business premises are responsible for around 40% of the capital’s greenhouse gas emissions

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The Environmental Agency’s chief executive, Sir James Bevan, has warned that England could run out of water within the next 25 years.

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