The UK is taking climate change seriously, and the British cabinet has released a plan detailing the kinds of changes the nation will need to make by 2020 to do its part to stave off climate catastrophe:
At least a tenth of the British landscape will have to be transformed by wind farms and specially cultivated crops to produce renewable energy as the Government grapples with the fight against climate change.
Yesterday, the Cabinet unanimously approved the content of the long-awaited energy review, which will be published next week. It will include plans to make sure that by 2020, one fifth of the country's electricity comes from renewable sources. That proportion is to double by 2050.