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Government fails to meet its own building standards targets
20th April, 2007

The government is failing to meet targets for reducing energy and resource consumption in its own buildings, an embarassing report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed.

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Stop shopping, or the planet gets it
10th April, 2007

Jonathon Porritt, chairman of the government’s Sustainable Development Commission, has called for the UK citizens to shop less or ‘the planet will go pop.’

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Competition Commission - what is it good for?
12th April, 2007

Unless the Competition Commission fails to act to curb the power of supermarket chain Tesco, 'people will be justified in questioning exactly what the Commission is for', says Andrew Simms, Director of the think-tank the New Economics Foundation (NEF).

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Election 2010: a manifesto checklist for the environment
15th April, 2010

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Government fails to meet its own building standards targets

The government is failing to meet targets for reducing energy and resource consumption in its own buildings, an embarassing report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed.
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Election 2010: a manifesto checklist for the environment

How do the Liberal Democrats, Conservatives, Labour and the Green Party measure up on their environmental manifesto pledges? Here's the definitive list...
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Government fails to meet its own building standards targets

The government is failing to meet targets for reducing energy and resource consumption in its own buildings, an embarassing report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed.

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> Competition Commission - what is it good for?

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Government fails to meet its own building standards targets
20th April, 2007

The government is failing to meet targets for reducing energy and resource consumption in its own buildings, an embarassing report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed.

Read More...

Stop shopping, or the planet gets it
10th April, 2007

Jonathon Porritt, chairman of the government’s Sustainable Development Commission, has called for the UK citizens to shop less or ‘the planet will go pop.’

Read More...

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Government fails to meet its own building standards targets
20th April, 2007

The government is failing to meet targets for reducing energy and resource consumption in its own buildings, an embarassing report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed.

Read More...

Stop shopping, or the planet gets it
10th April, 2007

Jonathon Porritt, chairman of the government’s Sustainable Development Commission, has called for the UK citizens to shop less or ‘the planet will go pop.’

Read More...

Competition Commission - what is it good for?
12th April, 2007

Unless the Competition Commission fails to act to curb the power of supermarket chain Tesco, 'people will be justified in questioning exactly what the Commission is for', says Andrew Simms, Director of the think-tank the New Economics Foundation (NEF).

Read More...

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Election 2010: a manifesto checklist for the environment
15th April, 2010

How do the Liberal Democrats, Conservatives, Labour and the Green Party measure up on their environmental manifesto pledges? Here's the definitive list...

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Government fails to meet its own building standards targets
20th April, 2007

The government is failing to meet targets for reducing energy and resource consumption in its own buildings, an embarassing report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed.

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