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Members of the United Nations have agreed to produce new climate change targets ahead of a new global deal in 2015, following talks at the annual Conference of the Parties (COP 19) in Warsaw. 05 Dec 2013
Trade bodies for both the water and onshore oil and gas industries have made a public commitment to identify and minimise any risks that shale gas exploration and exploitation poses to the UK's water supplies. 03 Dec 2013
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In 2009, the Marine and Coastal Access Act (MCAA) established a new system of integrated marine management with unified licensing controls to implement the Government's strategic objectives for the marine environment. These came into force on 6 April 2011....
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A Government-backed initiative could reduce the level of carbon emissions caused by the construction and operation of infrastructure projects by as much as 24 million tonnes by 2050, it has said. 27 Nov 2013
New developments at ports, marinas and other coastal sites will be able to benefit from a "single point of entry" to the regulatory regime, making it much simpler for them to apply for the necessary consents, permissions and licences they will need to proceed,... 20 Nov 2013
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