Is the Trump Effect overstated?
Suzanna Hinson explores whether bioenergy is a Panacea or Pandora’s box.
EU should fight to keep hold of its climate leadership position. Photo credit: Pete Souza / The White House via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Last week, China and the US both […]
A German nuclear power plant pictured in 2007. Photo credit: Andy Rudorfer via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Many see him as one of the most radical scientists around, and he has time […]
Photo credit: European Parliament via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Even in today’s political and economic climate, free market enthusiasts continue to talk down the importance of regulations, claiming that an unregulated […]
Opinion: The Paris summit was a success because the world is now left in no doubt that a low-carbon planet is an inevitability
A climate activist in Paris following the announcement of the Paris Agreement. By Jon Crooks It’s not perfect, we know that. It’s built on voluntary pledges, which at present are woefully insufficient […]
A successfulCOP21 could take us down the road to a sustainable future argues Phil Foster. Photocredit: Boris Balabanov / The World Bank via Flickr. By Phil Foster This December sees the 21st […]
UK’s Prime Minister Vists a shale gas site inGainsborough, England. Photo credit: Number 10 via Flickr. By Phil Foster Last month, the UK government unveiled a new process whereby planning applications for shale […]
Westmill Solar Farm in the UK. Photo credit: Richard Peat via Flickr. By Phil Foster The news that the UK Government has announced another round of cuts to renewable sources, this time […]
Photo credit: Good Energy. By Juliet Davenport Britain has the potential to move away from its heavy reliance on imported fossil fuels with volatile prices and take control of its own energy […]