Category Archives: Energy

How to leave the carbon in the ground

Over the past five years, if not more, the concept of unburnable carbon – the fossil fuels that should not be burnt because, if they are, the risk of dangerous climate change would rise to unacceptable levels – has been infecting the minds of scholars, campaigners and business leaders Continue reading

Sustainable energy for the people: Lessons from Fukushima

The meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant, caused by the earthquake off the cost of Japan in March last year, reminded people of the dangers of nuclear energy, and the structural problems of the industry says Akira Kawasaki of Peace Boat
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