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.
- Greenpeace Reaction To Fiat Accusations Of Cheating On Diesel Emissions
- Government Report Admits To Pollution Dangers Posed By Heathrow Expansion
- Campaigners Respond To Air Quality Consultation By Government
- Deaths From Air Pollution Could Be Prevented By Clean Air Zones
- ‘Seeing’ Air Pollution: Could This Help Save Lives?