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Yesterday’s Headlines 31/05/2016

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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.

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/report-shows-social-value-can-strengthened-england/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/uk-average-climate-change-clean-energy/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/new-iotc-rules-save-tuna/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/pact-puts-eib-heart-eu-sustainability/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/scientists-collaborate-reduce-mexico-emissions/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/alliance-confirm-rit-merger-proposal/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/letter-calls-tighter-air-pollution-rules/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/bill-oddie-joins-opencast-coal-mine-protest/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2016/05/31/otb-launch-organic-breakfast-campaign/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/switch2-finalists-businessgreen-leaders-awards/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/rathbones-investor-day-focused-slavery/

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