Category Archives: Emissions

Is it ever okay to fly to Scotland?

A friend wrote to me recently, asking the following question: So I want to go and visit my friend in Aberdeen for a weekend. I can take the sleeper, which I would much prefer, but which is far more expensive … Continue reading

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Bring your own wine (bottles)

My post on the Guardian today about a new scheme in my part of London which offers good wine very cheaply if you bring your own bottle. Does seem a bit wrong that it’s currently higher-up on the most read … Continue reading

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Half FTSE100 don’t have emissions targets

Good story from my Guardian colleague Fiona Harvey. Forty of the FTSE 100 either lack numerical targets on carbon dioxide, or their targets are for previous years and have now expired, without being renewed. This contrasts strongly with the UK’s … Continue reading

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Worst ever emissions: a disaster but not surprising

Everyone is very worked up about this story today: Greenhouse gas emissions increased by a record amount last year, to the highest carbon output in history, putting hopes of holding global warming to safe levels all but out of reach, … Continue reading

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