It’s the Galileo affair of the 21st century: Has economic growth in developed countries decoupled from environmental pressures? For the last decade, the prevailing (yet unproven) answer was: yes, it has – high-income nations have greened their growth which means that they can now increase their GDP while reducing their emissions. This illusion of a scientific consensus has served as the backbone of most environmental policies in the world.
One of the author’s of Labour’s new policy paper on executive pay sets out how to rein in the fat cats. Read here
Shipments of carbon-neutral LNG have been on the rise in recent months, prompting accusations of greenwashing and misleading claims. Read here Photo: Wolfgang Meinhart, Hamburg This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike […]
G7 plans to apply a minimum tax rate of 15% on the offshore profits of multinationals. Let us be clear: if we leave it at that, it is nothing more and nothing less than the […]