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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...

Go fossil-free, urge investment managers

Kieran Cooke

28th October 2013

Fossil fuel companies are feeling the heat from investors concerned that many of their assets may prove worthless. more...
350.org fossil fuel campaign

Fossil fuel divestment campaign for Europe

26 October 2013

Hoda Baraka

"Fossil fuel backed stocks and bonds - which are based on long term revenues from fossil energy production - should be downgraded to junk status." more...

EU energy subsidies - the truth is out!

24th October 2013

Each year member states spend €40 billion on supporting fossil fuels, €35 billion on nuclear, and just €30 billion on renewable energy. more...
350.org

TAKE ACTION to help end government subsidies for dirty energy

Grace Philip

25th May, 2012

Global grassroots movement, 350.org is gathering support to persuade world leaders to stop subsidising fossil fuels at the Rio Earth Summit more...
Steve Kretzmann

Steve Kretzman 'We won the Keystone XL campaign because of nonviolent protest'

Matilda Lee

17th November, 2011

The founder of Oil Change International, Steve Kretzmann, talks about the tight bond between politicians and the fossil fuel industry, 'fracking', and why Occupy is now the anti-Tea Party more...
Moving Planet, 350.org

TAKE ACTION: Join London's biggest bike photo on September 24th

Ecologist

21st September, 2011

This Saturday bring your bike to a global day of action organised by Moving Planet to show the government we can move beyond fossil fuels more...
Fuel gauge on empty

UK ministers ignored 'peak oil' warnings, report shows

Terry Macalister, guardian energy editor

15th June, 2011

Report reveals threat of civil unrest from energy shortages, which has been played down as 'alarmist' by ministers more...

UK's 'fracking' gas-extraction is not unconventional says industry

Ecologist

2nd March, 2011

The controversial gas-extraction process known as 'fracking' is safe, says UK-based Cuadrilla Resources, and not a threat to ground or surface water supplies more...
Lumps of coal

UK urged to stop funding dirty coal power stations overseas

Ecologist

10th February, 2011

Overseas aid still being channelled by DFID through the World Bank who is investing record amounts in coal-fired power stations more...
Carbon

A fossil-free world by 2050 not an 'unattainable utopia', says WWF

Ecologist

3rd February, 2011

In 2009 alone, China installed enough renewable energy capacity to meet the UK's electricity consumption four times over, proving a fossil-free energy supply is achievable more...
Fossil fuels: a history of

A 300-year history of fossil fuels in 300 seconds

Ecologist

30th December, 2010

The Post Carbon Institute has produced an illustrated guide to how we have become so reliant on fossil fuels and how we could shake off that addiction more...

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Mark Lynas: 'More than half of greens agree with me on GM & nuclear'

Matilda Lee

15th November, 2010

Mark Lynas, featured in Channel 4's recent and highly controversial documentary, 'What the green movement got wrong', tells Matilda Lee why he is not the pariah of the eco movement more...
Lumps of coal

End $300 billion subsidies for fossil fuels, says energy watchdog

Tom Levitt

9th November, 2010

Subsidies for oil, coal and gas sectors were six times higher than those for renewable energy in 2009, the latest International Energy Agency (IEA) assessment has revealed more...
Working on a wind turbine

Three positive reports hammer home wind message

Eifion Rees

13th July, 2009

Inconsistent wind is no impediment to the generation of electricity by turbines, three separate reports have concluded, as well as showing that the National Grid is more than able to cope with increased investment in wind energy more...
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Peak oil is welcome

Richard Heinberg

7th August, 2008

Climate change is a problem of fossil fuel dependency, and solving it requires reducing that dependency quickly and dramatically. more...

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