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Who runs Britain’s energy policy?
By Guy Shrubsole - 27 July 14:34

A smaller cut in wind power funding comes at the cost of a commitment to decades more of dirty and expensive gas.

Mongstad oil refinery, Norway.
How “learning by doing” can make the UK a leader in the global Carbon Capture market
By Anne Strmmen Lycke - 08 May 12:50

Why it’s vital for the UK and Norway to work together to deliver on the promise of CCS.

Aviation bosses urge EU carbon tax delay
By Andrew McIntyre - 12 March 12:13

Airline executives send letter of opposition to Cameron, Merkel and others.

Low Carbon Economy Video
By NS Admin - 13 January 12:58

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Hugh Jones, MD, Carbon Trust Advisory Services
By Hugh Jones - 13 January 12:55

Carbon Trust Advisory helps large businesses to harness opportunities and manage risks.

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John MacArthur, VP C02 Policy
By John MacArthur - 13 January 12:52

Shell's VP for C02 policy discusses the best way to secure a more sustainable energy future.

John McArthur, VP C02 Policy
By John McArthur - 14 November 11:49

Shell's VP for C02 policy discusses the best way to secure a more sustainable energy future.

Hugh Jones, MD, Carbon Trust Advisory Services
By Hugh Jones - 19 October 13:10

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

Low Carbon Economy: facts and figures
By Staff blogger - 18 October 10:37

How much of the average carbon footprint in the UK is from indirect emissions?

Q&A with Professor Janusz Bialek
By Samira Shackle - 17 October 13:11

The New Statesman speaks to Professor Janusz Bialek, chair of electrical power and control, Durham U

Full Transcript | Chris Huhne | Speech On Energy And The Environment | Liberal Democrat Conference, Birmingham | 20 September 2011
By Chris Huhne - 20 September 14:08

"If you keep beating the anti-European drum, if you slaver over tax cuts for the rich, then you will

New Statesman
Low Carbon Economy
By Staff blogger - 19 September 14:30

To reach its global and European commitments on carbon reduction by 2020, the UK must replace 40% of