- Environmental Issues. // United Kingdom Country Review;2010, p156
The article provides an overview on the environmental issues in Great Britain including industrial pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, and sulfur dioxide emissions.
- Old tyres leave their mark. Dalyell, Tam // New Scientist;1/8/94, Vol. 141 Issue 1907, p45
Opinion. Comments on various environmental issues in Great Britain. Environmental hazards posed by fires in tire dumps; Government policy of promoting recycling of scrap tires; Recovery rate; Antarctic Environmental Protocol's prohibition of all mining and drilling on the continent.
- Wave and tidal needs another ï¿½200m. // Utility Week;3/12/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p5
The article focuses on the need for the British government to invest a further 150-200 million pounds in wave and tidal generation in a bid to consolidate Great Britain's lead in the sector according to RenewableUK.
- Words alone will not clear smog. Pearce, Fred // New Scientist;10/26/96, Vol. 152 Issue 2053, p6
Discusses the attempts in Britain to banish smog. Government proposals for the elimination of smog; Probability of complete success; Views of Dick Derwent of the Meteorological Office; Ozone and sulphur dioxide levels exceeding the recommended levels; The need for more government action.
- IN THE FRAME. Humberstones, Tom // New Statesman;4/11/2014, Vol. 143 Issue 14, p15
A cartoon is presented on the subject of smog in Great Britain.
- Environmental Issues. // United Kingdom Country Review;2001/2002, p75
Focuses on developments concerning the environmental conditions in Great Britain as of July 2001. Significant industrial pollution; Current environmental issues; Major environmental organizations; International accords; Environmental jurisdiction and regulation.
- ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW. // United Kingdom Country Review;2007, p114
The article presents an environmental overview of Great Britain, including information on the environmental problems facing the country such as sulfur dioxide emissions from power plants and greenhouse gas emissions.
- Wet weather hammers peas. Abel, Charles // Farmers Weekly;8/30/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 9, p46
Reports on the damages brought by wet weather to pea yields in Great Britain.
- Money to burn. Firth, Peta // Utility Week;7/5/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p18
Deals with the spending of Great Britain for the Climate Change Levy that was introduced in April 2001 as part of the country's binding international agreements to cut greenhouse gases under the Kyoto protocol. Expectations of the British government on the levy; Effect of the levy on the...