Blue & Green Daily: Thursday 8 January headlines
Thursday, January 8th, 2015 By
Blue & Green Daily finds and summarises the top sustainability stories around the web every morning. We start with our own picks from Blue & Green Tomorrow.
8 January headlines
Most fossil fuels ‘unburnable’ under 2C climate target
Most of the world’s fossil fuel reserves will need to stay in the ground if dangerous global warming is to be avoided, modelling work suggests. BBC.
Labour seeks ban on fracking near aquifers
Fracking would be prohibited on the land that collects the nation’s drinking water, under a Labour proposal published on Wednesday. The party also wants to reverse the government’s decision to stop shale gas companies having to notify residents individually of fracking in their area. Guardian.
Oil recovers as Bank of America says Saudi Arabia may ‘blink’ on cuts
Brent crude fell below $50 per barrel on Wednesday for the first time since 2009 as Bank of America-Merrill Lynch warned that the sharp drop in prices could prompt Saudi Arabia and other petro-states into cutting production. Telegraph.
Paris climate deal unlikely to avoid dangerous warming, says Ed Davey
A new global climate deal expected to be agreed in Paris at the end of this year will not be ambitious enough to prevent dangerous temperature rises, energy secretary Ed Davey has warned. Guardian.
Britain must be free to grow GM food, says minister
British farmers must be allowed to grow genetically modified crops to improve productivity and to compete with foreign growers, the environment secretary said yesterday. The Times.
Cutting carbon emissions is in everyone’s interests – Financial Times
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