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‘Big six’ energy firms should be wary of the little six thousand
The Conversation, 27 March 2015
Cheap renewables and modern tech could pose a big threat to the big traditional energy providers.
Nicholas Stern warns governments against rigid separation between overseas aid for development and finance for action on climate change
23 March 2015
Call For Policy Overhaul On 'Hidden' Carbon Imports
UK's claim to lead the world in cutting carbon emissions is a myth, a new report to government by a CCCEP member concludes
2015: A pivotal year for global climate risk management?
First in a series of commentaries from UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Sendai, Japan.
No more big power plants? Civic energy could provide half our electricity by 2050
The Conversation, 10 March 2015.
New 'civic' renewable energy consortiums made up of communities and local authorities could deliver half our electricity by 2050, research suggests.