Posted on April 8th, 2011 by sustainability
Environmental groups voice concern over HS2 - high speed rail project, in The Telegraph.
Tilbury Power Station, the biggest greenhouse gas emitter in Europe, plans to change from coal to wood pellets, in Bloomberg.
Glasgow University receives £1m from EPSRC, to create system that generates electricity from waste-water treatment plants, in The Engineer.
UK, US and ten other countries concur on action plan for development of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, from Department of Energy and Climate Change.
And finally… UK’s current fine weather causing worry, as water reserves are in danger of running low, also in The Telegraph.
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