March 2010 Archives

Low Carbon: MPs' rap for climate researchers

By James Shepherd on Mar 31, 10 10:01 AM in News

Climate scientists were told yesterday to be more open about their work.

The Commons Science Committee said it was "reprehensible" to withhold data from critics.

The MPs' comments follow leaked emails which suggested East Anglia University climate scientists suppressed data.

Low Carbon: Switch-off is bright idea

By Antonia Jones on Mar 25, 10 08:59 AM in Tips and Advice

WWF is aiming to shed some light for Flintshire residents on a big switch-off on Saturday.

Low Carbon: Grosvenor grows for gold in awards

By Antonia Jones on Mar 16, 10 10:31 AM in News

Grosvenor garden centre has retained its Green City Town and Country Community Award, finishing within the top three 'greenest' garden centres in the UK.

CONTROVERSIAL wind turbines are still on the agenda for Cheshire despite the recent withdrawal of plans at Bickerton.

Low Carbon: Action plan to hold back the River Dee

By Antonia Jones on Mar 1, 10 08:54 AM in News

RISING sea levels mean greater flooding risks for areas like Chester located next to the tidal River Dee.

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