Pictures: Roenggrit Kongmuang / Greenpeace Clean up operations are taking place in Thailand after an oil spill in the Gulf of Thailand occurred on Sunday night. The spill happened at an offshore […]
Guest blog: Switching on low energy lifestyles isn’t scary
By Matt Mellen Politicians and heads of energy corporations present “the lights going out” as a potentially cataclysmic future scenario and as motivation for fracking the English countryside. Underlying this is the […]
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 […]
Live blog: Cuadrilla starts Balcombe operations
The drill has been mounted at site in Balcombe. Photo credit: Benjamin Wigan Lucas By Anders LorenzenThe picturesque village of Balcombe in Sussex just 50 kilometres south of London are today gearing […]
Analysis: world’s most generous shale gas incentives announced in the UK
By Anders Lorenzen In an attempt to kickstart a shale gas revolution in the United Kingdom, Chancellor George Osborne has revealed generous tax breaks that in fact are the most generous in […]
Worlds longest wind turbine blades produced and transported in Denmark
By Anders LorenzenPhotos William Vinther/SSP Technology SSP Technology, a danish based company, have just completed the production of wind turbine blades which will so far be the longest wind turbine blades ever […]
Cycling – Londoners: Enough is enough
By Anders LorenzenTuesday evening passionate London cyclists responding to what has been a tragic three weeks in which three Londoners have died on their bikes. An emergency cycling rally were organised by […]
Video: Greenpeace activists climb The Shard
Video source: AlJazeera The climbers on the long journey to the top of the Shard. The recently completed London skyscraper ‘The Shard’ which can boast the tallest building in Europe title were […]
Guest blog: Is Dirty Air Suffocating Your Life?
By Nick Cassells During Green Week earlier this month in the UK considerable attention was paid to air pollution across the EU. It is an invisible problem which actually causes a lot […]
Video: environmental activist Tim DeChristopher on Letterman
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.