Stop Climate Chaos

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E.ON shelves plans for new coal-fired power station at Kingsnorth

Press Release

Contact: Sarah Jenkinson Tel: 0776 6682624

On E.ON’s announcement that the proposed new coal plant, Kingsnorth in Kent will be delayed Director of Stop Climate Chaos Coalition, the Ashok Sinha said:

This decision E.ON is a vindication of all the positive campaigning by members of our coalition. People from bird-watchers to anti-poverty campaigners have united to oppose dirty coal and a call for renewable energy revolution.

The Wave… is coming: London 5/12/09


Thousands of people will flow through the streets of London in a
blue wave of support for a safe climate future for all.

Media Enquiries & Media Op Requests:
Cherry Farrow 07739 573932
Sarah Jenkinson 07766 682624

For any non-media related enquiries: 0207 324 4622

On Saturday 5 December 2009, the UK’s biggest ever demonstration in support of action on climate change will flood the streets of central London, ahead of crucial UN climate talks in Copenhagen.

Water industry must prioritise new climate obligations

Press Release: Tuesday 22 September 2009

Climate change campaigners today urged Scotland’s water industry regulator to ensure that it and Scottish Water prioritise complying with new climate change legislation.

Scotland's Climate Bill is approved by the Queen

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II today made history by giving Royal Assent to The Scottish Climate Change Bill, the strongest piece of climate change legislation in the world.

The world-leading Act sets vital international precedents and an example for other wealthy nations to follow ahead of the UN’s climate change talks in Copenhagen in December, which will agree a replacement to the Kyoto Protocol.

Make waves for climate change

Tens of thousands to create human wave in biggest UK climate demonstration - London 5 December 2009.

Tens of thousands of eco-minded Brits will flow through the streets of London on Saturday 5 December 2009 in a human wave of support for action on climate change ahead of crunch talks at the UN climate summit in Copenhagen.

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