The Alice in Wonderland economics of nuclear power.
Tag Archives: Friends of the Earth
If action on climate change is urgent, why is it hard for politicians to spend a bit of money on it?
The new energy minister calls shale “the holy grail” of energy policy. He’s probably right. It’s a mythical object that no-one’s found, and over time just has increasing comedy-value.
The Conservatives have embarked on an all-out assault on the cheapest form of renewable energy there is, writes Oliver Hayes.
What’s wrong with simply putting people’s money to work, in a safe place, to mobilise the investment for the long-term?
Winter storms set climate alarm bells ringing, writes Friends of the Earth climate campaigner Guy Shrubsole.