Richard Black is Director of the Energy 6 Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) Cross-posted from the ECIU Blog Separated at their closest by only the breadth of a Schengen Agreement border, remarkably similar in standard of […]
Taxpayers have agency over global financial markets…they subsidise, embolden and enrich centres of financial power like those of Wall St and the City of London. A long read, but well worth it. Read here
As atomic energy gets ever more difficult to afford and renewables become steadily cheaper, a nuclear sunset awaits plans for new plants. Paul Brown, a founding editor of Climate News Network, is a former environment […]
Migrants, economy, environment: Europe is one big argument. And the showdown’s in May? Read here
This is something the German government does often at the EU. It is called Regulatory Capture. It shows how confident the German government is that its interests will be followed unquestioned by an obedient EU. […]
Governments aren’t paying attention to scientific research, but maybe crime will get people’s attention. Read here
Christian Mueller / shutterstock Chris Smith, University of Leeds Despite some positive climate action, new fossil fuel infrastructure is still being built and deployed. Dozens of new coal power plants are currently planned or under […]
Talk by Thomas Fazi talk about the failures of European economic policy making and possible ways out of it.