Tag Archives: Bryony Worthington

If the US EPA is waging war on coal, what does it mean for Paris 2015?

Power plant near Page, Arizona, USAThis post is by Bryony Worthington, founder and director of the Sandbag Climate Campaign.

Announcements in the US on Monday received a huge amount of coverage. In his search for a climate legacy, President Obama has sidestepped the political impasse on Capitol Hill and used his presidential authority to bring in new regulations designed to limit emissions from the power sector. Read more

Will the UK’s electricity market reform deliver investment?

davey event 030Around 100 representatives from across the energy policy field joined Ed Davey, at a Green Alliance debate on Monday, to discuss the final stages of the somewhat tortuous process of reforming the UK’s electricity sector. The main question asked was whether the process, now going into its third year, will actually result in much needed investment in both low carbon supply and energy efficiency. Read more