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'The UK's homes are so draughty!' Well, maybe, but most lofts and cavity walls are insulated http://t.co/lfWHa7WEW2 http://t.co/y0Z4qPFapK
Nitrous oxide emissions could double by 2050 if left unchecked - should we be worried? http://t.co/xIuCdw5ipj http://t.co/KI2KU3ZdAk
In 2012, we spent about 4% of our income on energy. But the bottom fifth households by income spent 11%: http://t.co/7SSu7YXE8w
Australian coalition secures $2.5bn Direct Action plan amid fears over emissions target http://t.co/kfjEzFwPWY
'Britain's gas (left) and electricity (right) is so expensive!' Except it's not, really... http://t.co/AqqiK17KHV http://t.co/CSfOhygYQi
UN climate summit will fail unless US sets ambitious goal, says EU climate commissioner http://t.co/KEvcQjd5Ar
The tone and timing of the forthcoming IPCC synthesis report make it an important read, argues @_richardblack http://t.co/YF8AILE5z1
An ambitious energy efficiency programme could provide a near £14 billion boost to the UK economy by 2030 - report http://t.co/L86mbLsx2f
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Desmond Tutu: opportunities to tackle climate change are cause for "hope and rejoicing" http://t.co/WqImB4SQJg
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