That’s a key reason almost everything you know about climate change solutions is probably outdated.
The so-called “greening” of the CAP is a fundamentally flawed EU policy model, especially for semi-natural or High Nature Value pastures
The EU Commission withdrew waste targets in 2014 to deliver more ambitious targets, only to offer weaker targets in 2015
On the disturbing and well documented problems with TTIP and why the proponents of TTIP are worried
On the International Energy Agency projection that renewables account for half of additional global generation and will overtake coal around 2030 to become the largest power source
Gates wants to invest in “new” technology when we already have scalable, workable technology for renewable energy that needs support
A view of the Paris climate talks from India’s leading environmental writer
While Paris talks may not include carbon pricing, is it an idea whose time has come?
How reports about the global warming impact of methane compared to carbon dioxide are outdated and wrong.
Can a truly sustainable Europe be a coal-addicted one?
The broken records inside the 2014 “State of the Climate” report from the AMA and NOAA
Why diesel vehicles cause more problems than they are worth
On the failure of EU to protect biodiversity by 2020 and possible solutions – legislation, communication, valuation
On the need for EU Commission to take action to assure access to justice on environmental matters
Not likely going to get commitments in Paris for steady post-2030 cuts that ultimately lead to 2 degrees C. But not all is lost.
Idea of ‘fixing’ the climate by hacking the Earth’s reflection of sunlight is wildly, utterly, howlingly barking mad
On how the TTIP is attempting to remove regulatory ‘barriers’ which restrict the potential profits to be made by transnational corporations on both sides of the Atlantic
On the failures of Northern Ireland planning and oversight enforcement for development activities on Lough Neagh
On the EU 2030 climate and energy targets, or lack thereof, and impact on island of Ireland
On the encouraging implications of the recent People’s Climate March for a climate movement
On the author’s Wild Ireland Tour by bike to highlight island’s biodiversity
On need to wean ourselves of fossil fuel energy and ‘transition’ to cleaner energy with more sustainable resources owned by the community
UK Supreme Court holds underground encroachment by gas extraction companies is an actionable trespass and the landowner is entitled to compensation for the intrusion onto his land