Politicians the world over are ill-equipped to deal with the biggest threats facing society, hatred and extremism of all kinds including the climate. Heiner Flassbeck is an economist, as well as publisher and editor of […]
Most of the proposed technical solutions exacerbate environmental ills in other dimensions, and threaten to unleash a host of unintended consequences. Rob Urie is is an artist and political economist. His book Zen Economics is published by […]
Unfortunately, no. Some sectors – such as aviation – seem to defy all logical ways to offset their carbon footprint. Can the UK possibly achieve zero-carbon planes by 2050? Matt Finch is ECIU business and […]
The holiday provider’s collapse highlights corporate governance and regulatory failures while the gravy train for directors continued. Read here
The IPPC special report on oceans and the cryosphere shows that the climate crisis is attacking our oceans. For the UK to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050, restoring the oceans should be a clear […]
Britain’s about to become the neighbour from hell, post-Brexit: how can the EU defend citizens from the race to the bottom?
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics will be 50 years old next month. One thing unites all its winners, bar one: they have all been male. Read here
US lobby groups representing the fossil fuel and automotive industries are world leaders when it comes to stalling government action on climate change, new research shows. Read here