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Last week, on Radio 4’s Today programme, I was asked to critique the well known and controversial environmental commentator, Bjørn Lomborg. According to his theory, we should all do as Japan has recently done, and give up on greenhouse gas … Continue reading
This post first appeared on BusinessGreen. For three years business leaders and civil society have led the drive to decarbonise our economy. Politicians have remained almost silent. But this silence may be about to end. Earlier this month, Ed Balls became the … Continue reading
This post first appeared on BusinessGreen. Industrial strategy hasn’t been fashionable for a long time. Anyone romantic enough to have spent February 14th watching Harold Wilson Night on BBC Parliament will have seen the last moment when industrial strategy took … Continue reading
After calling for more government action to help people reduce electricity use for nearly two years, we’re delighted that the government is finally taking it seriously. Our recent report with WWF looked at three ways to reduce demand, as part of … Continue reading
This post is based on Green Alliance’s new infographic The power of negawatts We need to cut the emissions of the power sector. We can do this by building new low carbon power stations, or by using less energy – … Continue reading
Today the Energy and Climate Change Committee (ECC) publishes its report on its pre-legislative scrutiny of the Draft Energy Bill. Here are the top five things we like about the committee’s report:
This post is by Green Alliance’s director, Matthew Spencer. A version of this article first appeared in the ENDS report. When Clement Atlee was asked how Churchill won the war he said ‘talking about it’. He imbued confidence in a … Continue reading
A version of this article by Green Alliance director Matthew Spencer first appeared on BusinessGreen. The energy bill maintains the government’s track record of private enthusiasm and public reticence on its low carbon reform agenda. The Coalition appears to have … Continue reading
This post is by Dustin Benton, senior policy adviser at Green Alliance and author of our recent policy insight The CCS challenge: securing a second chance for UK carbon capture and storage. Recent announcements on carbon capture and storage have made it … Continue reading