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Today's Climate: April 24-25, 2010

By SolveClimate Staff

Apr 25, 2010

(The Independent)

Environmental issues will be pushed up the agenda in the last 10 days of the election campaign, as Britain's major parties scuffle to attract the eco-vote, and the Greens remain on course to return their first MP to Parliament.


The UK Labor party has been accused of misleading voters over its pledge to create 400,000 "green jobs" by 2015, after the government's own figures last month slashed growth forecasts for the sector, making the target almost impossible to achieve.


A tough new proposal to regulate U.S. markets calls for regulators and government officials to conduct a study on transparency in emerging U.S. carbon markets as part of the financial reform package.


Drilling in U.S. shale-gas formations may tumble as companies run short of cash after prices for the fuel languished below the cost of production for more than a year.

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