Analysis and ideas on climate, energy and some less important things.
Category Archives: Emissions
Today sees a mini trio of launches. Robin Houston and I have just published our Carbon Map, a website that explores climate change responsibility and vulnerability using a newly developed type of interactive moving map. That site is the launch … Continue reading
Just posted a Guardian backgrounder on climate targets, as part of our big FAQ project. It was interesting to write – not just to clarify a few details for myself, but also to realise quite how hard it is to … Continue reading
Originally published on The Guardian Which of the following accounts for the largest share of the UK’s carbon footprint? All our holiday flights, all the power used in our homes or … Russia? Okay, so it’s kind of a trick … Continue reading
Originally published on The Guardian The Maldives on Thursday is to become the first country in the world to crowdsource its renewable energy strategy on the internet – a move designed as part of an ambitious plan to be the … Continue reading
Originally published on guardian.co.uk. Parliamentary events are often dull affairs, but Thursday night’s launch of the Weinberg Foundation – a new pressure group advocating thorium nuclear energy – was quite the opposite. I can’t remember the last time I stood … Continue reading
Originally published on guardian.co.uk. Google’s carbon footprint is on a par with that of the United Nations, the internet giant revealed on Thursday as it published data about its energy usage for the first time. Google says that it emits … Continue reading