Building glass houses is a bad idea if you want to tackle the climate crisis.
Figueres: clean technologies is not a fairytale
Photo credit: St Paul’s Cathedral By Anders Lorenzen At a high profile event earlier this month at one of London’s most iconic landmarks, St. Pauls Cathedral, UN’s climate chief Christiana Figueres talked […]
London hit by dangerous pollution levels
Smog levels cloud London last week, seen from Stoke Newington, North London. Photo credit: David Holt via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Nearly a month ago much of western Europe was hit by […]
Is extreme weather making a case for renewables?
Could more of these give New York and other cities a resilience against extreme weather? By Anders LorenzenIs extreme weather making a case for an upscale in renewable energy and a move […]
Opinion: Will we finally witness a cycling revolution in London?
Van parked in cycle path in Islington, North London. By Anders Lorenzen Last month, London Mayor Boris Johnson announced what could be very ambitious changes to London’s cycle infrastructure, pledging nearly £1 […]
Guest blog: The Anti-KXL Movement Goes Global
Anti Keystone XL protesters await John Kerry’s arrival. By Lucy Patterson “US: No KXL; EU: No Tar Sands” was the simple message on a banner at yesterday’s anti-tar sands demonstration outside Lancaster […]