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6 December 2012

AirportWatch: aviation & shipping in the UK Climate Act

AirportWatch FAQ on aviation and shipping, and why it's crucial to the integrity of the Climate Act that emissions values from these sectors are included.

Resource tags: Briefings
6 December 2012

Aviation and the UK’s carbon budgets - RSPB Briefing Note

RSPB briefing on the need for government to include shipping and aviation emissions targets in the Uk Climate Change Act.

Resource tags: Briefings
6 December 2012

Joint NGO Energy Bill statement - pre publishing

Friends of the Earth, WWF, Greenpeace and the RSPB respond to the Coalition government's draft Energy Bill, released in the Autumn of 2012.

Resource tags: Briefings
1 November 2012

SCCS briefing on expectations for the UN climate change negotiations in Doha, Qatar

Resource tags: Scottish, Briefings
1 November 2012

SCCS response to the Scottish Government consultation on the Procurement Reform Bill

Resource tags: Scottish, Briefings
1 October 2012

SCCS briefing on the Report to Scottish Parliament under Section 33 of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 on the first annual target

Resource tags: Scottish, Briefings
29 August 2012

SCC technical briefing: Fracking for shale gas

The Stop Climate Chaos position on a UK shale gas industry and a technical briefing on fracking and its impacts - for those wanting in depth analysis. For the key points, see the summary briefing.

Resource tags: Briefings
29 August 2012

SCC summary briefing: Fracking for shale gas

The Stop Climate Chaos Coalition position on a UK shale gas industry and some key information about the fracking process and its impacts on the global climate, natural environment, fuel bills and jobs.

Resource tags: Climate facts, Briefings
7 August 2012

Fracking: Unconventional, unnecessary and unwanted

A Friends of the Earth briefing on "Why fracking for shale gas is a gamble the UK does not need to take"
 
The Government gave the green light to fracking for shale gas in the UK in late 2012. Fracking for shale gas helps keep us hooked on fossil fuels instead of moving towards an energy system based on energy saving and renewable sources; brings serious risks to the local environment and people’s health, and is unlikely to cut energy bills. Proposals for fracking are meeting strong opposition in the UK, as they have throughout the world. Shale gas is unconventional, unnecessary and unwanted.
 
Resource tags: Climate facts, Briefings
22 January 2011

Common Concerns about Wind Power (2011)

Evidence-based analysis that draws on peer-reviewed academic research and publicly funded stories to address issues such as bird-strike, shadow flicker, noise, impace on property prices and 'wind turbine syndrome'. - Published May 2011 by the Centre for Sustainable Energy

Resource tags: Climate facts, Briefings

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