The UK's attempted sustainability

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The UK's attempted sustainability
  1. EDUCATION
    1. TEACHING
      1. RECYCLING
        1. SUSTAINABILITY
          1. ONE'S PART AS A CITIZEN OF THE EARTH
          2. ADVERTS
            1. EFFECTS OF:
              1. LAND POLLUTION
                1. SEA POLLUTION
                  1. AIR POLLUTION
                    1. DAMAGING ATMOSPHERE
                    2. HOW AND WHERE TO RECYCLE
                  2. CONSERVATION
                    1. NATURAL ENGLAND
                      1. NON-DEPARTMENTAL PUBLIC BODY
                        1. RESPONSIBLE FOR ENGLAND'S :
                          1. LAND
                            1. FLORA
                              1. FAUNA
                                1. FRESHWATER AND MARINE ENVIRONMENT
                                  1. GEOLOGY AND SOILS
                                2. FORESTRY COMISSION
                                  1. NON-MINISTERIAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT
                                    1. SET UP IN 1919
                                      1. FOR EXPANDING BRITAIN'S FORESTS AFTER DEPLETION DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR
                                      2. ENVIRONMENT AGENCY
                                        1. NON-DEPARTMENTAL PUBLIC BODY
                                          1. ESTABLISHED IN 1996
                                            1. PURPOSE IS TO PROTECT OR ENHANCE THE ENVIRONMENT, TAKEN AS A WHOLE
                                              1. COVERS THE WHOLE OF ENGLAND
                                                1. 13 MILLION HECTARES OF LAND
                                                  1. 22,000 MILES OF RIVER
                                                    1. 3,100 MILES OF COASTLINE
                                                2. RECYCLING
                                                  1. IN 2013, 43,5% OF MUNICIPAL WASTE WAS RECYCLED, COMPOSTED OR BROKEN DOWN BY ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
                                                    1. HOUSEHOLD WASTE RECYCLING ACT 2003
                                                      1. LOCAL AUTHORITIES MUST PROVIDE EVERY HOUSEHOLD WITH A SPERATE COLLECTION OF AT LEAST TWO TYPES OF RECYCLABLE MATERIALS BY 2010
                                                      2. HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING
                                                        1. 37% OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE WAS RECYCLED IN 2008/09
                                                          1. 235% INCREASE IN HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING BETWEEN 2000/01 AND 2009/10
                                                            1. 23 MILLION TONNES WASTE PRODUCED IN 2009/10 OF WHICH 9.4 MILLION WAS RECYCLED, REUSED OR COMPOSTED
                                                            2. COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL RECYCLING
                                                              1. 52% OF C&I WASTE WAS RECYCLED IN 2008/09
                                                                1. INCREASE FROM 42% IN 2002/03
                                                            3. RENEWABLE ENERGY
                                                              1. WIND ENERGY
                                                                1. 6,594 WIND TURBINES
                                                                  1. TOTAL: OVER 13 GIGAWATTS
                                                                    1. 8,357 MEGAWATTS OF ONSHORE
                                                                      1. 5,048 MEGAWATTS OF OFFSHORE
                                                                    2. SOLAR POWER
                                                                      1. AT THE END OF 2011, THERE WERE 230,000 SOLAR PROJECTS
                                                                        1. TOTAL INSTALLED CAPACITY OF 750 MEGAWATTS
                                                                        2. REDUCTION IN COST OF PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS
                                                                        3. TIDAL ENERGY
                                                                          1. NOT A LOT OF MONEY INVESTED
                                                                            1. CONSEQUENTLY HASN'T BEEN EXPLOITED TO FULL POTNETIAL
                                                                          2. INTRODUCTION OF FEED-IN-TARIFF SUBSIDY IN APRIL 2010
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