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Philippa Nuttall Jones is editor-in-chief of Energy Monitor.
Ten years after the world’s second worst nuclear disaster, large nuclear power stations have yet to regain their appeal.
Manufacturers are waiting to see if the government will make the investments needed to kick-start a green industrial revolution.
Bill Gates’s faith in a technological fix for climate change is typical of privileged men who think they can swoop in and solve the problems others have spent decades trying to fix.
Offshore wind capacity will need to be increased across the world to meet international climate commitments, but with as little harm as possible to wildlife.
Mike Berners-Lee’s book There is No Planet B offers a set of practical questions and answers to steer us on to a more sustainable path.
The Financial Times journalist Alice Ross explains that where individuals put their money is as important as what they buy.
These huge institutional investors are under pressure to ditch fossil fuel investments, but some are taking a more active role in changing energy markets.
The president-elect may be an improvement on his predecessor, but he is no Greta Thunberg.
Government involvement in training for green jobs is often chaotic, and the private sector needs incentives.
Automation will lead to a “re-shifting” of roles in the move to clean energy, says Philippa Nuttall Jones, editor in chief of Energy Monitor