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Archive: Energy

16/03/2012» Controversial El Quimbo dam risks becoming 'Colombia’s Belo Monte'

09/03/2012» Oil deal 'threatens Ugandan biodiversity'

24/02/2012» Wind turbines: the future of renewable energy or a blight on UK countryside?

20/01/2012» Retrofits: is it possible to make 'greening your home' sexy?

26/10/2011» Spanish mountains under threat from open cast coal mining

29/09/2011» Xayaburi dam divides Laos and stirs tension over Mekong hydropower

19/07/2011» The big divide: is ideology holding back greens from embracing nuclear power?

20/04/2011» Estonia enters the race in scramble to secure rare earths

12/04/2011» UK gas fracking boom 'may be dirtier than coal'

01/03/2011» Scramble to design supersized turbines to maximise wind power potential

30/11/2010» US natural gas drilling boom linked to pollution and social strife

31/08/2010» Dark nights: the global effort to tackle light pollution

17/08/2010» Solar power – the hidden threat to water supplies

01/06/2010» Think nuclear is clean energy? Ask the Nigeriens

27/04/2010» Can our electricity grid cope with all the new wind power?

16/03/2010» What if we all traded energy between ourselves?

11/02/2010» Jatropha biofuels: UK investors sell controversial crop as 'green'

11/02/2010» Jatropha biofuels: the true cost to Tanzania

15/12/2009» Will carbon capture and storage work?

18/08/2009» Tar sands: tearing the flesh from the Earth

07/07/2009» Fighting Coal

17/06/2009» Dams: development or control?

17/06/2009» Roundtable on renewables

16/06/2009» Visionaries: George Marshall

16/06/2009» Visionaries: Peter Lipman

27/02/2009» The future of energy is renewable

04/09/2008» Poison Fire

12/06/2008» Saved by the Atom

03/06/2008» The new coal age

01/04/2008» Problems with renewables - land wars

28/03/2008» Energy leapfrogging in China and India

01/01/2008» Sustainable Warmth

01/01/2008» The future of waterways

01/11/2007» Power On - Nuclear Power

01/11/2007» Power On - Hydrogen

01/11/2007» Power On - Solar Power

01/11/2007» Power On - Wind

01/11/2007» Power On - Tidal Power

01/11/2007» Power On - Energy from Waste

01/11/2007» Power On - Clean Coal

06/09/2007» The origins of hydroelectricity

23/08/2007» Wood fuel for thought

29/03/2007» Less waste, more speed

01/03/2007» Biofuels Report: Introduction

01/03/2007» Biofuels Report: Forests or Fuel

01/03/2007» Biofuels Report: Against the Grain

01/03/2007» Ecologist Special Report: Biofuels

19/02/2007» Biofuels - facts and fiction

01/11/2006» Still Waters Run Deep

01/06/2006» Nuclear Power Dossier: Decommissioning

01/06/2006» Nuclear Power Dossier: Nuclear Waste

01/06/2006» Nuclear Power Dossier: Licenced Emissions and Controlled Releases

01/06/2006» Nuclear Power Dossier: Operation and Maintenance

01/06/2006» The Nuclear Dossier

01/06/2006» Nuclear Power Dossier - Building a Nuclear Power Station

01/06/2006» A Nuclear Future?

01/10/2005» The End of Cheap Oil - The Consequences

27/09/2005» Hubbert's Peak

01/06/2005» Green Electricity… Are you being conned?

01/06/2004» People Power

01/06/2004» Renewable energy: Micro-hydro, Biomass, Solar Water Panel

01/03/2004» Submerging Freedom

01/03/2004» Wind turbines debate

01/12/2003» Damned Nation

01/07/2003» Tidal Electric’s offshore project

01/04/2003» Oil & Security

01/04/2003» The Wages of Denial

01/04/2003» The New Great Game

30/11/1999» Nuclear Power Dossier: Conversion and Enrichment

30/11/1999» Nuclear Power Dossier - Uranium Mining and Milling

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