Tackling consumption head on
After MPs criticised DECC for not considering the embodied carbon of imported goods, Sarah-Jayne Russell argues that behaviour change is impossible if we're not honest about environmental impactsIt was disappointing to read the energy and climate change select committee’s report into how DECC measures the UK’s greenhouse-gas (GHG) output and see Greg Barker’s testimony that if consumption-bas
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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has today moved the Doomsday Clock forward from 100 to 90 seconds till midnight – the closest it has been since the clock’s inception in 1947.
The UK government’s progress on delivering its 25-year plan to improve the environment has “fallen far short”, with many “extremely worrying” trends remaining unchecked, the Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) has warned today.
One of the world’s leading climate physicists has again called for new regulation forcing the fossil fuel industry to carry out large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS).