Yesterday’s Headlines 31/05/2016

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If you missed Blue & Green Tomorrow’s posts on the last day of May you won’t have seen the new rules put in place for tuna fishing, the confirmation of a merger proposal from RIT Capital to Alliance Trust, or the proposal of the Organic Trade Board’s organic breakfast campaign. Other headlines included a letter written by NGOs, urging the Environment Secretary Liz Truss to be more ambitious with air pollution legislation and the news that naturalist Bill Oddie joined a picnic at the beach to protest against an opencast coal mine near Newcastle. Catch up on all of yesterday’s headlines below.

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/report-shows-social-value-can-strengthened-england/

UK is “Average” on Climate Change and Clean Energy

New IOTC Rules Should Save Tuna

Pact Puts EIB at the Heart of EU Sustainability

Scientists Could Collaborate to Reduce Mexico Emissions

Alliance Confirm RIT Merger Proposal

Letter Calls for Tighter Air Pollution Rules

Bill Oddie Joins Opencast Coal Mine Protest

OTB Launch Organic Breakfast Campaign

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