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Jeremy Leggett’s book free to download

Local man turned environmentalist, Jeremy Leggett, has updated his book: The Winning of the Carbon War: Power and politics on the front lines of climate and clean energy – and its free to download. Here’s his latest message to those interested in his insights and analyses, post-Paris climate change talks.

Posted 11:06 Wednesday, Jan 20, 2016 In: Energy Wise Tags: Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi education energy His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Jeremy Leggett renewables solar power William Parker school.

Bexhill action for climate justice

As the Paris climate talks began, hundreds of thousands of people all over the world demonstrated in favour of radical and fair action on climate change at the conference. In Bexhill, Global Justice Now supporters handed out newspapers setting out hopes

A well-kept secret: the alternative solar energy technology

With the UN Climate Talks taking place in Paris and our attention on the future and energy production, sustainable alternatives are much needed. Rachel Lever writes about one development that offers an innovative energy-wise solution.

Posted 09:47 Thursday, Dec 3, 2015 In: Energy Wise Tags: alternative energy climate change Concentrating Solar Power CSP Paris Summit Rachel Lever renewable energy renewables solar power

Gas and nuclear dominate Rudd’s energy vision

Energy minister and local MP Amber Rudd this month set the country’s course in energy policy for this government with her first major speech since taking office. While her plans to phase out coal were well received,  her policy of locking the UK into a deep reliance on oil, gas and nuclear while marginalising renewable energies represent a big step backwards. Nick Terdre takes a close look.

Posted 16:17 Sunday, Nov 29, 2015 In: Energy Wise Tags: Amber Rudd coal EDF gas George Osborne Hinkley Point C John Cridland Nick Terdre oil renewables
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