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  • Free WiFi for all Kent libraries, October 28, 2015...[1]

2014[edit | edit source]

LED streetlights will save energy and taxpayer money, December 16

Men grow wellbeing with Parkwood community allotment project, June 4

Environmentalists and conservationists from across Kent discuss ways to protect bees alongside the county's roads, railways and rivers at a special summit organised by Kent County Council, May 9[2]

2013[edit | edit source]

Fracking in Kent? The Public Say No! September 27[3]

2012[edit | edit source]

Oaken Wood Public Inquiry begins - could set precedent on ancient woodland protection across England, November 22...[4]

Any airport development in the Thames Estuary would be catastrophic for fragile ecosystems and wildlife, warns Kent Wildlife Trust which is prepared to fight any proposals[5] January 24

2011[edit | edit source]

Kent case opens door to wider destruction of UK's richest wildlife habitat, May 10.[6] Woodland Trust urges Government to call in Kent County Council approval for quarry extension into ancient Oaken Wood

2010[edit | edit source]

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World's largest offshore wind farm opens off Kent, 23 September...[7]

2009[edit | edit source]

E.ON reveals Kingsnorth kicked into long grass, Oct 8...[8]

Sustainable Communities Act - Kent gets it so wrong, Stuart Jeffery,[9] July 29

2007[edit | edit source]

Greenpeace reaction to Gordon Brown's speech: "Gordon Brown talked about being a world leader in green technology but put no flesh on the bones of how to get there. After ten years we're still at the bottom of most league tables when it comes to renewable energy. If he really does mean business he should stand up now and declare that there will be no new coal fired power stations like the one proposed at Kingsnorth in Kent." John Sauven[10] September 24

Greenpeace calls on Medway Council to ditch plans for a controversial new coal power station in Kent,[11] September 12

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