Dunsfold solar farm. Photo credit: Lightsource Renewable Energy. By guest contributor Nick Boyle Friday’s report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) debates the speed and impact of climate change. But […]
Environmental blog with a focus on climate change.
IPCC delivers darkest warning yet on man made climate change
Rajendra Pachauri and Thomas Stocker during Friday’s press conference. By Anders Lorenzen In a long awaited report on climate change which was unveiled Friday by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), […]
Ireland’s ambitions to become a world leader in wave energy
Photo credit: Colin Cafferty By guest contributor Colin Cafferty “We’re fond of saying in the sector that we’re 90% under water…only 10% of Ireland’s territory is land. I’ve worked it out as […]
WWF enters Arctic Greenpeace row
Greenpeace activists outside the Russian embassy in Wellington, New Zealand. Phot credit: Greenpeace New Zealand. By Anders Lorenzen Conservation group the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) said in a press statement yesterday that […]
Editorial: How to stop food waste
We’re throwing away more food than ever before. As we wrote earlier in the week, food waste is becoming the core of the problem with waste. Food waste triggers environmental, social, inequality […]
Russia seizes Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise ship
The Russian coastguard holds Greenpeace activists at gunpoint. Photo credit: Greenpeace. By Anders Lorenzen Thursday afternoon environmental campaign group Greenpeace peaceful protest against Arctic drilling took a violent turn as the Russian […]
Waste Less Live More Week: How do we stop food waste?
Photo credit: Waste Watch. This year’s Waste Watch ‘Waste Less, Live More Week’ kicked off on Monday; this year focusing on ‘better food for all’, highlighting the premise that if we all […]
Will greentech fund raising become easier in 2014?
By guest contributor Philip Griffiths In the last few years raising funding for business in the U.K. has become increasingly harder. This is felt even more so in the SMEs of the […]
UK councils urged to stop blocking community energy initiatives
Brixton Energy’s Agamemnon Otero with Southern Solar’s Howard Johns speaking at a community energy event in January. Photo credit: Simon Scarfe. By Anders Lorenzen A new report out by UK think tank […]
Editorial: Australia – you’re all alone
Australia’s new Prime Minister Tony Abbott, not a friend of the environment. The leader of the right wing party, The Liberals Tony Abbott, has been elected Australia’s new Prime Minister taking over […]