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24 September 2001

UK emissions trading scheme registers first deal

Author: Reuters

Britain's national emissions trading scheme, launched in mid-August as part of the government's bid to curb greenhouse gas pollution, has registered its first trade, the government said last week. In a forward deal brokered by Natsource, chemicals...

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23 September 2001

Fury at plan to sell off DNA secrets [UK]

Author: Antony Barnett and Gaby Hinsliff, Observer [UK]

Leak reveals drug companies' demands - Britain's health files 'could be privatised' - The genetic secrets of millions of Britons could be sold off to private drug companies under highly controversial proposals outlined in leaked government documents.

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21 September 2001

AOL UK - The digital divide

Author: Ethical Performance magazine

In collaboration with the charity John Grooms, which provides housing and residential care for disabled people, the company [AOL UK] has given free computers, internet access and training to around 50 of the charity’s clients to improve their quality...

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21 September 2001

LATTICE - Social exclusion [UK]

Author: Ethical Performance magazine

The Lattice Group [1 of 3 successor companies to the former British Gas plc] has developed an innovative way of encouraging school-age teenagers who play truant or are excluded from lessons back into education. Its Lattice Cred project shows how...

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21 September 2001

UK pension law amendment requiring pension fund trustees to disclose to what extent they take account of social factors

Author: Business & Human Rights Matters, newsletter of Amnesty International UK Business Group

New regulation opens door to human rights

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18 September 2001

Intensive farming blamed for Europe's food crisis

Author: Elizabeth Piper, Reuters

Intensive agriculture - once lauded for producing an abundance of cheap food for the masses - is now public enemy No. 1, blamed for striking British cattle with a disease that has killed hundreds of herds and an increasing number of people.

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17 September 2001

Air pollution cuts 'will extend a million lives' [UK]

Author: Valerie Elliott, Times [London]

Air pollution controls planned by the Government will extend the life of about one million people a year by six months, health experts have told ministers. They said that cleaner air and a reduction in poisonous chemicals from vehicle exhaust fumes...

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17 September 2001

Pollution crackdown after health warning [UK]

Author: BBC News

The Scottish Executive is imposing new controls on air pollution after health experts warned that current policies are too lenient. The Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollution (Comeap) said the long-term effects of particle air pollution are...

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17 September 2001

UK aims for halving of particle pollution

Author: Ian Sample, New Scientist

Emissions of fine particles from traffic and chemical plants should be halved by 2010 according to recommendations published on Monday by the British government. Experts welcomed the targets, but said a greater understanding of how particulates damage...

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11 September 2001

Environmentalists expose rampant trade in timber stolen from Indonesia's forests

Author: Environmental Investigation Agency

A new report by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and Telapak Indonesia - called "Timber Trafficking: Illegal Logging in Indonesia, South-East Asia and International Consumption of Illegally-Sourced Timber - reveals how international demand...

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