Yesterday’s Headlines 12/05/2016

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Yesterday’s headlines included a call for supermarkets to drop John West tuna if they don’t clean up their act, a selection of famous selfies “turning their noses up” to pig factories and the news that the UK is ideal for carbon dioxide storage. Other stories told of Northern Ireland benefitting from wind farms, the European Investment Bank investing in London’s Thames Tideway Tunnel and a call for the UK cities to clean up their air.

 

Northern Ireland Reaps Rewards From Wind Farm

EIB backs London Super Sewer

Solar Survey Will Assess Sector

Britain is “Ideal” for CO2 Storage

Debt Collection Survey Released

First State Promote Long-Term Responsible Investment

Greenpeace Urge Supermarkets to Ditch Dirty Tuna

Professionals Push for Climate Change

UK Cities Must Tackle Toxic Air

Tomorrow’s Company Present Business Boosting Report

Zero Carbon Policy Dumped by Government

Investment Leaders Group launch climate change model helping to ‘future proof’ companies

“Turn Your Nose Up” at pig factories causing superbugs