Brown don't blow this green opportunity
By John Sauven - 13 June 19:32

Even the state of Kansas, whose adherence to scientific orthodoxy doesn’t always extend to embracing

After the oil crunch?
By Mark Lynas - 12 June 10:20

The end of cheap oil helps renewables, but makes far dirtier alternatives viable. A low-carbon futur

Boris's large fiscal hole
By Sian Berry - 10 June 18:03

Sian helps launch a new cross-party, cross-NGO initiative to ask Boris Johnson what the dickens he’s

Fire in its belly
By Jonathan Dawson - 06 June 10:39

The models and solutions on offer at Findhorn are not off-the-peg selections aimed at bored shoppers

Why I was wrong about rationing
By Mark Lynas - 29 May 13:00

A far simpler way to constrain carbon is to deal "upstream" with the few dozen companies that produc

The green fig leaves
By Jan Rocha - 29 May 13:00

Observations on Brazil

Green heart of Hawick
By Jonathan Dawson - 22 May 16:38

Jonathan Dawson makes a trip to an environmental fair in Hawick and explains a recent paradigm shift

Securing Britain's energy
By Nick Clegg - 21 May 12:05

Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg warns Gordon Brown not to go ahead with a new generation of coal power pla

Farewell Ken
By Sian Berry - 09 May 17:03

Under Boris catchy ‘headline’ policies like a new routemaster bus and a no-strike deal with the RMT

Political will is a renewable resource
By Mark Lynas - 01 May 13:00

Germany has 200 times more solar power installed than the UK - and this is not because Germany gets

Strange times
By Jonathan Dawson - 25 April 18:41

What a puzzling time to be alive. In the world that surrounds us, beauty and the comforting familiarity of seasonal rhythms. The ospreys have returned from West Africa and are putting on a grand fishing display in Findhorn Bay.

The new green hope
By Alyssa McDonald - 24 April 13:00

Observations on Scotland

Airport expansion awareness
By Geraldine Nicholson - 24 April 12:14

Although crime and transportation tend to top the agendas of London mayoral candidates, issues like

Climate change - are we doing enough?
By Jax Jacobsen - 23 April 14:11

Are plans to cut carbon emissions by 60 per cent enough to stave off the worst effects of climate ch

Labour should have the courage to abandon biofuels at once
By aloysiusmcd - 17 April 13:00

For once, the preoccupations of the rich world coincide with those of the poor world.

We can't drive away from global warming
By Tony Bosworth - 16 April 12:16

The mayoral candidates need to consider global warming when discussing the congestion and emission c

Plan bee
By Paul Rodgers - 14 April 10:08

The very real dangers posed to our honey bees

'More rational policies, less gesture politics'
By Roger Lawson - 07 April 12:27

The Association of British Drivers (ABD) gives its take on the policies of the main London Mayor can

I may not actually win...
By Sian Berry - 07 April 11:01

Sian urges London's voters to send out a strong message over green issues by voting for her first, L

Why Greens should vote for Ken
By Mark Lynas - 03 April 13:00

Livingstone is by far the best-qualified candidate to run London - and from an environmental perspec

Scenes of mild peril
By Hugh Aldersley-Williams - 03 April 13:00

Despite what the papers say, we live in pretty safe times.

Reclaiming the streets
By Joanna Moorhead - 03 April 13:00

Joanna Moorhead is surprised to discover that polluted Mexico City has become a green pioneer

Vote Cycling on May 1st
By Tom Bogdanowicz - 31 March 11:35

The London mayoral and assembly polls give voters a chance to influence policy in the UK capital. He

The truth about Brian Paddick
By Sian Berry - 28 March 10:51

Sian asks just what direction the Lib Dem candidate for mayor, Brian Paddick, thinks he's cantering

Flying out of poverty
By Gareth Thomas - 27 March 12:00

Boycotting goods flown from developing nations to the UK will jeopardise their chance of earning a f

It's getting hot in here
By Mark Lynas - 27 March 12:00

<strong>The Hot Topic: How to Tackle Global Warming and Still Keep the Lights On</strong>

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Pitch perfect
By Hunter Davies - 27 March 12:00

Football fans should give thanks we live in modern times.

Positive Energy Conference
By Mattie Porte - 25 March 16:41

Findhorn resident Mattie Porte shares information about the current conference on positive energy at

Vote Berry... and Livingstone!
By Sian Berry - 19 March 14:54

Ken Livingstone may be far from perfect, but Boris Johnson would be a disaster for London

After the cyclone
By Barbara Gunnell - 19 March 12:00

At least 93 people were killed and 190,000 displaced when tropical cyclone Ivan struck Madagascar

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