A wind turbine project at Findhorn Ecovillage in Moray, Scotland.
Local communities must benefit from wind farms, argues new report
By New Statesman - 21 May 12:56

Redressing the impacts on those affected by new energy projects is a "matter of justice", says the J

Green Economy video
By raghu - 27 March 15:42

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New Statesman
Nigel Keen, Director of the John Lewis Partnership's Carbon Plan
By Nigel Keen - 26 March 8:27

Bio fuels: the environmental and economic rationale.

Nigel Keen, Director of the John Lewis Partnership's Carbon Plan
By admin - 23 March 10:55

Imagine an attractive and genuinely viable alternative to using fossil fuels; a source of power for vehicles, businesses and homes that is truly sustainable, less carbon intensive, more economical and brings with it the added

Julia King, the UK's low-carbon business ambassador
Q&A with Julia King
By Samira Shackle - 22 March 14:20

The New Statesman talks to Julia King, vice-chancellor of Aston University and the UK’s low-carbon b

Green Tech: Facts and Figures
By NS staff writer - 22 March 11:38

How does the UK compare to other G20 countires investing in green energy?

go figure

Innovating business models for sustainability
By Richard Waters - 22 March 10:30

Carbon Trust Advisory helps large businesses to harness opportunities and manage risks in the move t

New Statesman
Green Economy
By Samira Shackle - 19 September 14:20

The development of alternative fuels, new means of generating energy and energy efficiency, will all