The UK government cannot ignore the huge issue of outsourced emissions any longer, writes Guy Shrubsole.
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“We can’t take our foot off the gas for some time yet,” new energy secretary Ed Davey said at the weekend; Guy Shrubsole explains why this strategy is wrong.
Guy Shrubsole shows the Spectator how to do real environmental journalism. Hint: It’s not the way they do it.
Guy Shrubsole addresses Maurice Glasman’s arguments that Labour and the greens need to work together to build a new populist politics of the environment.
Shale gas is not the answer to our energy problems – and it could be a fracking disaster, writes Guy Shrubsole.
The Committee on Climate Change is the independent advisor on emissions – yet at present it is being prevented from investigating the ongoing rise in UK emissions.
The Carbon Trust has today released new data revealing how the UK’s total carbon emissions are likely to rise into the 2020s, despite legally-binding targets to cut domestic emissions by a third.
The Sustainable Development Commission – the government’s official watchdog on sustainability matters – formally closed its doors yesterday, after being axed because of spending cuts.
New research from environmental think tank the Public Interest Research Centre (PIRC) reveals the scale of the green investment challenge facing the UK, writes Guy Shrubsole.