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Small investors pile billions into UK renewable energy

Rebecca O'Connor

4th November 2013

A revolution is under way in personal finance. Investment in clean energy projects is going retail, as people plough their savings and pension funds into renewable energy ventures offering much greater returns than bank deposits. more...

CO2 emissions hit record - but increasing more slowly

Oliver Tickell

1st November 2013

On current trends global CO2 emissions may begin to reduce within a few years, thanks to the growth in renewable energy. But rigorous policies in China, the US and the EU will be needed. more...

Renewables - what about the minerals?

Tim Radford

31 October 2013

Renewable energy sounds like the obvious solution for a power-hungry planet in a greenhouse world. But where will all the minerals come from? more...

Big Six lobby MPs against green energy and efficiency

Alex Stevenson & Oliver Tickell

30th October 2013

Big Six energy bosses join David Cameron's campaign against energy efficiency and green energy. Just the way for them to keep on ripping us all off. more...

Renewables imperilled: Big Six turn grilling into lobbying

Alex Stevenson

30th October 2013

The Big Six energy bosses turned the tables on MPs and turned their interrogation into a lobbying effort against green energy and energy efficiency. more...

Nuclear power gets twice the price of solar!

Oliver Tickell

28th October 2013

The UK government's policy to pay for more for nuclear power than for power from solar PV is in direct contradiction of EU rules on state aid. more...
Offshore wind farm

Cameron's plan to cut green levies will cost us all

Jane Fae

28 October 2013

The truth is that 'green costs' are an investment that benefit all of us. Yet, to capitalise on that investment will take long-term vision, commitment, and a willingness to make and explain hard decisions. more...

Africa's biggest wind farm opens

Oliver Tickell

26th October 2013

20,000 square kilometres of Ethiopia are suitable for grid-based wind power generation, with a total capacity of 100 GW. more...

Give community wind power the same EMR terms as Hinkley C!

22nd October, 2013

David Toke

EDF etc have been offered terms for constructing Hinkley C which are way superior to the terms being currently offered to renewable energy ... more...

Oklahoma goes for Wind

Oliver Tickell

22nd October 2013

"Extraordinary pricing opportunities will lower utility costs by an estimated $53 million in the first year and even more thereafter." more...

The winds of change

Thembi Mutch

11th October 2013

From Shetland, Thembi Mutch reports on how the close knit community of the island are responding to the possibility of a huge wind farm (currently going through judicial review) changing their landscape forever..... more...

Solar power straight off the shelf

October 2nd, 2013

By David Thomas

Furniture giant IKEA are soon to stock solar panels in all their UK stores, evidence that renewable technology can really compete in the global marketplace says David Thomas....... more...

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The IPCC has spoken. Now what?

Oliver Tickell

2nd October 2013

If we are to move beyond the political impasse generated by the IPCC report and prevent catastrophic climate change we must look to market mechanisms, specifically price competitive renewables, writes Oliver Tickell...... more...

The hidden conservation costs of renewable energy

March 27th, 2013

by Luke Dale-Harris

Ecologist writer Luke Dale-Harris questions the ability of Natura 2000 to work as an effective environmental regulator
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Frontline Online: Why China needs dissuading from a dash-for-gas energy solution

January 21st, 2013

by Lorna Howarth

The Ecologist's Lorna Howarth reports on news and action from the environmental frontline more...

Frontline Online: Where should we be looking for waste we can turn to energy?

January 13th, 2013

by Lorna Howarth

In her new weekly column, the Ecologist's Lorna Howarth reports on the stories that show standing up for what we believe in can and does make a real difference. more...

Frontline Online: Who's planning to become the planet's greenest country?

January 13th, 2013

by Lorna Howarth

In her new weekly column, the Ecologist's Lorna Howarth reports on the stories that show standing up for what we believe in can and does make a real difference. more...

Americans want Congress to make renewables a top priority

Ecologist Staff Writer

November 14th, 2012

The Yale Project on Climate Change has just published a new report examining what the American public would like the second-term Obama administration and Congress to do about global warming. Here are some highlights from Public Support for Climate and Energy Policies September 2012. more...

Behind The Headlines

by Bibi van der Zee

November 9th, 2012

It may look a lot like blackmail but if we want renewables it looks like we are going to have to accept nuclear ... Bibi van der Zee explains why more...

Behind The Headlines

by Bibi van der Zee

November 2nd, 2012

After yet another week in which our national politics bore rather more resemblance to a slow-motion car crash than one would really like, Bibi van der Zee decides to get to the bottom of things. more...
Ed Davey

Taking on the Tea Party Tories ...

by Bibi van der Zee

September 28th, 2012

The coalition government is lining up in two camps for a right royal battle over the environment, writes Ecologist political corresponder, Bibi van der Zee
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Left In The Dark

by Bibi van der Zee

The reshuffle has turned Heathrow into a messy political vortex...but it may also be beside the point, says Bibi van der Zee more...

Ecologist Partners: Triodos Bank

by Lisa Stanley

The UK is at a crossroads at which choices need to be made that will decide where our energy comes from in the future. Recent events are prompting an energy revolution, and many people are now more convinced than ever that a significant part of the UK’s future energy supply has to derive from our own renewable sources. more...

Ecologist Partners: Triodos Bank

by Lisa Stanley

The UK is at a crossroads at which choices need to be made that will decide where our energy comes from in the future. Recent events are prompting an energy revolution, and many people are now more convinced than ever that a significant part of the UK’s future energy supply has to derive from our own renewable sources. more...

Renewable Revolution or Nuclear Nightmare?

Oliver Tickell

13th July 2012

The rapid spread of solar power across China, India, Africa and Latin America is being driven not by subsidy but by the market more...

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