In 2015, world leaders at COP21 committed to a 1.5°C target for global warming by 2050. To stay on course, science tells us that we must reduce our carbon emissions…Read More >
Although burning fossil fuels has enabled society to develop and flourish, we are now experiencing the unintended side effects.
An article recently published in Environmental Science & Policy suggests that current economic approaches to addressing environmental and health issues in the European Union suffer from a lack of imagination,…Read More >
Today’s revelation that there is ‘no realistic prospect’ of the UK Government meeting its smart energy meter installation target has led to it being labelled a ‘fiasco’ by critics. Jacopo…Read More >