Published in: Home: FeatureMinisters knew heating subsidy was paying billions to UK’s wealthiest
It’s costing taxpayers £23bn, disproportionately benefiting rich landowners, and may be little more than greenwash
Published in: ourEconomy: AnalysisThe government’s new energy strategy is full of holes. Here’s why
By focusing only on supply, the government’s energy strategy offers a one-dimensional solution to a multifaceted problem
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionWhy is support for nuclear power noisiest just as its failures become most clear?
The UK government and mainstream media agree we need nuclear to avoid the worst climate change. They’re wrong – so...
Published in: ourEconomyHow green innovation can transform African agriculture
With the threat of climate change and coronavirus, decentralized renewable energy could be key to building more...
Published in: ourEconomyFinance for renewable energy in Africa follows colonial roots
Investments into renewable energy in Africa are critical. But they need to take local ownership and participation seriously.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaAnother case of energy colonialism: Tunisia’s Tunur solar project
The unrestricted flow of cheap natural resources from the global south to the rich industrialized north, maintains a...