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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
Originally published on guardian.co.uk A few weeks ago I blogged about the impact the Hackgate scandal might have on coverage of climate change. My thesis was that while News Corporation was a crucial pedlar of junk science in the US … Continue reading
Just had the odd experience of sitting in a café in Paris (first foreign holiday for ages) and the guy next to me opening up the Guardian on my story, filed a few days before, on the collapse of solar … Continue reading