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- Young generation has been left with the planet’s washing up Young people are left clearing up the mess left by the generations which have gone before. Students at the University of Dundee are speaking out, reports environmental sustainability student Henri Wiman Our generation arrived late to the party: the food is gone, the dishes need to be done and the early guests are putting their
- Green jobs for the next generation Schools should be preparing our children for the green jobs of the future, argues Philippa Ward, a partner at environmental charity Global Action Plan which specialises in behaviour change Airline manager. Fishmonger. Vet’s assistant. Lawyer. Dance instructor. History teacher. It might not seem that anything links these jobs. Yet if the careers advice in school
- The great fracking debate Chris Faulkner, chief executive of Breitling Energy Corporation, is visiting Britain to defend the reputation of fracking for shale gas, even taking out an advert in the Sunday Telegraph. Here, Mr Faulkner goes head to head with Friends of the Earth’s anti-fracking campaigner Tony Bosworth Britain’s fracking future Last year in the UK, the average fuel bill