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The chancellor says we can’t afford to save ourselves. Let’s leave such absurd thinking behind – and invest in green policies• Molly Scott Cato is the Green MEP for the South West of England
My intellectual and rational understanding of it has shifted to much more of an emotional and personal one
Critics warn of ‘chronic public health crisis’ as green initiative leaves homes in the cold
Richard Murphy and Colin Hines suggest a number of ways that revenue could be raised to fund energy efficiency in all buildings, renewables and local transport systemsThe counter to Larry Elliott’s gloomy economic projections...
Government’s clean growth strategy unequivocally states that tackling climate change and a prosperous economy go hand in hand
Only 1% of households took out loans under now abandoned scheme, which auditors say failed to deliver ‘meaningful benefit’
Leading scientists and former ministers say the country has undermined its record as a world leader on climate change and is ‘moving backwards’
Poor insulation and high energy prices mean many people will be cold, says Age UK – and support is inadequateThe government must take “urgent action” to protect older homeowners from the potentially deadly consequences...
Total of 25 businesses said they will either fold or have to cut staff, putting over 350 jobs at risk as a result of cuts to feed-in tariff and renewables obligation
Cutting carbon emissions is but one aspect of the changes needed for the infrastructure and mode of operation of the UK (Osborne reveals deal with former Blair ally, 5 October)...
Geoff Moore (Letters, 28 July) seems very poorly informed as to how the payments for rooftop solar arrays are calculated. If nothing is generated and therefore there is no export to the grid, the payment would be nil.
I agree with much of your first comment on climate change (Editorial, 23 July). However, I would like to expand upon the observation that “just like fracking and nuclear, greening the energy supply needs intervention”....
Flagship scheme to insulate homes to end as government blames low take-up and stops funding of company set up to issue home improvement loans
Some of the policy needed updating. But it cannot be made cost-freeThe government’s energy policy is chaotic. On the one hand, with time running out before the Paris climate change summit in December, it is committed to...
UK’s leading energy companies ‘have no interest in real energy efficiency’, says Tory MP Greg Barker
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