Sunday April 21, 2019
London is entering another day with Extinction Rebellion protesting on the streets. The campaign group has occupied major locations in the capital, including Oxford Circus and most prominently Waterloo Bridge. They’ve blocked these locations off, forcing diversions to be put in place for private vehicles and public transport alike. The Metropolitan Police has diverted significant numbers from […]
Saturday April 20, 2019
Amazon employees protested the company's sales to the oil & gas industry. AI has potential to clean up the industry, so did they aim at the wrong target?
Sunday April 14, 2019
As more people buy Electric Cars, so tax revenues from petrol and diesel fall. How can governments make up the loss of taxes in a fair way?
Saturday April 13, 2019
When Senator John Kelly was attacked by a climate change denier, his frustrated reply summed up the mood of many: "Are you being serious?"
Saturday March 2, 2019
Companies are making 100 per cent renewable energy commitments, but are using dirty electricity from local grids. How can they support their claim?
Saturday February 23, 2019
Climate change regulations and laws are being adopted worldwide. However, if they're not enforced and violators prosecuted, little will change.
Sunday February 17, 2019
Children from over forty UK schools went on strike in protest at Government’s inability to tackle climate change. Drawing supporting from academics and teachers’ unions, ire from parts of the media and vague indifference from the Government, their action was part of a worldwide movement organised by children for children. It’s become common to see […]
Saturday February 16, 2019
Food waste is a big problem. The UN has estimated a third of food produced is thrown away each year. When it goes into a recycling bin we might feel a vague sense of satisfaction that “at least it’s being recycled” but that hides the underlying problem: we buy too much food. The issue isn’t […]