A recent YouGov poll, showed overwhelming public support for renewable energy sources like wind and solar. Despite this in a report released last week by the clean tech unit of the PR […]
Cop 18 – Week 1 & 2 – liveblog
This blog will be covering the Doha talks week for week. Monday 26th November 2012 (Day 1) For the next 2 weeks delegates representing the worlds countries will be trying to fork […]
Editorial: COP 18: What Doha must deliver
Worlds largest solar powered boat arrives in Doha Three years go in Copenhagen, on the eve of COP 15 (the UNFCCC’s climate change talks), a group of international newspapers decided to publish […]
A dark week for the climate
With less than a week to go to Cop 18 the, UN’s climate talks the past week have seen several sombre climate news announced. Last week, a report published by the International […]
Renewed Tar Sands and Keystone XL protest
Washington protest. Led by experienced environmentalist and Founder of 350.org, Bill McKibben, more than 3,000 anti Tar Sands demonstrators gathered on Sunday in Washington DC to put pressure on America’s newly elected […]
Greenpeace puzzle In her guest blog for ‘a greener life, a greener world’ this week, Charlotte Webster argued for more certainty from the Tories on wind power. She referenced recent comments from […]
Guest blog: RenewableUK: ‘Enough is enough’ from the press?
By Charlotte Webster The last thing the UK wind industry needed at its annual RenewableUK conference in Glasgow last week was to wake up to the BBC, Daily Mail and Telegraph headlines […]
Will we see a greener president during Obama’s second and final term?
Obama speaking in Iowa surrounded by wind turbines about extending the wind tax break. As the election results started to come in on Tuesday night, the world held its breath and questioned […]
Live blog: green issues of the US election on election day!
Obama speaking at Cop 15 back in 2009 where hopes were high of reaching a climate deal. Good morning to all Americans and good afternoon to Europeans – welcome to this live […]
Editorial: USA welcome to climate change
As the superstorm Sandy, also nicknamed Frankenstorm, attacked the US East Coast and New York City this week, it quickly became apparent that despite the commendable and quick response by the […]