Tag: fossil fuels

A dramatic surge in solar energy generation amid falling costs – and a sudden Chinese enthusiasm for the sector – means that clean energy investment…

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‘How financialisation heralds the end of the industrial age‘ is the name of a piece published by The Honest Sorcerer: A critic of Modern Times…

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Another Year. Another COP. The Usual Performances. Grind the handle and we churn out the same performative dances year after year. The chair and organisers…

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“Brevity is the soul of wit.“William Shakespeare From the top down: The future looks dire. Soaring unemployment, increasing energy prices and food poverty all seem…

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I have been uneasy for some time about current long-term green thinking. In Herefordshire and elsewhere. A recent article by Megan Selbert and William Rees.,…

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Produced with the support of MAVA foundation The objective of this project was to investigate why ‘fossil fuel subsidies’ exist, are so sticky and, in…

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Despite much noise and lobbying, fossil fuel subsidies continue to increase at a significant rate. Why? This is the question we set out to answer…

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The UK Energy Lobby is seeking to defend, and extend, the monthly windfalls they continue to take as the cost of living crisis deepens inequality…

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It is positive that the Bank of England is excluding coal from its purchases, under its Corporate Bond Purchase Scheme , but it raises the…

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