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Blue & Green Daily: Tuesday 28 April headlines

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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.

Report: majority of large investors failing to manage climate risks

General Election: parties failing to address renewables, says industry

Modern Magna Carta: Kyoto Protocol

Modern Magna Carta: Montreal Protocol


28 April headlines

Extreme weather already on increase due to climate change, study finds

Extreme heat waves and heavy rain storms are already happening with increasing regularity worldwide because of manmade climate change, according to new research. Guardian.

Vatican urges action on climate change

The Vatican Science Academy will urge Christians to take action on climate change because it threatens the world’s poor. BBC.

Germany seeks G7 climate financing pledge to aid poorest nations

The biggest advanced economies plan to signal to poor nations that they’re willing to spend more money to help them cope with climate change, a move that could inject fresh life into UN talks on greenhouse gases. Bloomberg.

We’ll need Russian gas for years to comes, says Centrica

British Gas owner Centrica says it is “unrealistic” of European leaders to think they can find alternative energy sources soon and Europe will remain dependent on Russian gas for years to come. Telegraph.


Interesting picks

Resources from boom to near bust – Money Management

At home with the world’s last male northern white rhinoceros – Guardian

We need our leaders to speak out on climate change, not stay silent – Guardian

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