In its latest emissions plan, Japan continues to fall behind in efforts to tackle the climate crisis.
Photo credit: Reuters / Kyodo. By Anders Lorenzen In scenes which bring back memories of the devastating tsunami disaster in Japan in 2011, which was triggered by an underwater earthquake and caused […]
What if we are wrong about nuclear? Photo credit: Pandora’s Promise By Anders Lorenzen Last Friday, US renowned documentary maker Robert Stone screened his relatively new film Pandora’s Promise (were released last […]
Flooding in Worcester, England. Photo credit: Nick via Flickr; 2014 By Anders Lorenzen in London, UK and Matt Owens in Fairfax County, USA We recently wrote of the unprecedented floods the UK […]
Greenpeace unfurl a banner hinting that the Polish coal industry run the country. By Anders Lorenzen This year’s round of climate talks have been dominated by developments not central to the talks […]
Has Germany’s anti-nuclear protests driven up carbon emissions? By Anders LorenzenIn the past week Guardian columnist George Monbiot and green party MP Caroline Lucas have made compelling cases for and against nuclear […]