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UK'S largest climate change coalition piles pressure on Miliband

Representatives of the UK's largest coalition dedicated to stopping climate change visited the Department of Energy and Climate Change to demand the UK Government say no to new dirty coal plants and instead deliver renewable energy on a mass scale.

85,480 signatures delivered to Ed Miliband

On Monday 20 April Stop Climate Chaos coalition members delivered more than 85,000 of your messages to Ed Miliband's office at the (DECC).
Flags outside the DECC office of Ed Miliband

(More pictures on Flickr.)

Greenpeace briefing: government coal scenarios

In this Greenpeace briefing we set out the possible scenarios on coal policy, and evaluate whether they amount to an ambiguous fudge, or whether they could still allow Britain to get itself on to a low-carbon pathway.

Quit dirty coal (our policy)

Industrialised countries like the UK, which are most responsible for climate change and most able to help avert it, must lead the effort to reduce global emissions; they must cut their emissions first, fastest and most.

The most important cause of climate change globally is the burning of coal, yet the Government is planning a new generation of coal-fired power stations.

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