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Most popular on Blue Green 23 Oct – 29 Oct


The month’s nearly over and we’ve seen 44% growth in readership and 30% growth in twitter profile visits. Here’s the articles that were read by most people in the last week.

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Christiana Figueres & Adair Turner flag financial risks of climate change ahead of Paris Summit

Today an unprecedented gathering of some of the world’s leading figures from the finance sector are meeting at the historic Guildhall in the City of London with carbon risk and climate experts to discuss the financial implications of the upcoming COP21 summit in Paris in December. Read more.

Controversial vote on fracking ban in national parks

Today, at 2.30pm a cross party committee of MPs, the Delegated Legislation Committee, will debate the level of protection given to special areas of the English countryside from the impacts of fracking even though the government promised an outright ban on fracking in National Parks, such as the Peak District, the Wye Valley and the North York Moors. Read more.

Strong public support for renewables as Feed-in Tariff consultation closes

The true extent of support for renewable energy has been demonstrated over the past ten weeks, argues the Renewable Energy Association (REA). Read more.

The Guide to Sustainable Investment 2015

The fifth edition of Blue & Green Tomorrow’s flagship publication, The Guide to Sustainable Investment, is finally here, in advance of Good Money Week. Read more.

103 nations and civil society urge warming to be kept below 1.5°C – #1o5C

The Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) and CARE International have launched a new online campaign #1o5C / to gather more support to the global call to keep warming below 1.5°C. Read more.

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