Matt Finch looks at if the UK’s industrial strategy could speed up electric car investments.
Photo credit: Anne-Marie Culhane By Jyotsna Ram Relationships, not money, hold the key to ecological food production. In the UK, three projects are emerging that are setting great precedents for […]
https://youtube.googleapis.com/v/pnRwqS25b6o&source=uds Environmental activist Tim DeChristopher on Letterman, talking about the climate crisis and environmental activism and why he took part in civil disobedience resulting in a two year prison sentence.
The UK’s first hydrogen powered ferry in Bristol harbour. By Anders Lorenzen In the sort of coincidental timing a PR manager can only dream of, on 14th June it was […]
By Anders LorenzenAs Australia battles forest fires and new temperature records as a result of extreme hot weather, the topical question is, yet again, whether this extreme weather is being […]
The League Against Cruel Sports before lobbying MP’s. Yesterday, a coalition named ‘Team Badger’ and including the organisation ‘The League Against Cruel Sports’ set up a lobbying session at Westminster, […]
Campaigners from the Push Europe campaign network held a protest outside the Polish Embassy on Saturday afternoon. They say Poland’s influential coal industry are lobbying the government to block EU […]
We’re in the midst of a climate crisis, however, if you only follow mainstream news you might not have noticed this. This blog believes that the environment is not […]
Book: Enough: Breaking free from the world of more Author: John Naish (2008) Review: A fascinating insight into the psychology, sociology and consequences of rampant consumerism by the health lifestyle […]
Experts are warning us that, due to a record Arctic ice melt this season, the recent trend we have seen of colder than usual winters could continue this year. We […]