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Whose renewable future?

Is big business poised to capture the renewables revolution? Danny Chivers draws up the battle lines.

Filed in: Corporations Energy Sustainability

Take action on renewables

Some ideas and starting points on how you can help build a cleaner, fairer energy future.

Filed in: Activism Energy Sustainability

Shifting priorities: from arms to renewables

Andrew Smith and Matthew Burnett-Stuart urge the government to reconsider its spending plans.

Filed in: Energy Politics Sustainability

Oil giant takes aim at indigenous groups in Peru

Thomas Mc Donagh on the unequal struggle between Amazonian communities and Spanish transnational Repsol.

Filed in: Energy Environment Indigenous Peoples Peru Sustainability

Carbon bubbles in the boardroom

The fossil fuel divestment movement is taking the world by storm – and has had some major victories.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Energy

Power in private hands

Why are we pushing other countries to follow Britain’s example when so many are dying from fuel poverty?

Filed in: Corporations Energy England Politics Poverty

Universities respond to anti-fossil fuel calls

Student activists around Britain are lobbying for divestment from coal, oil and gas, report People & Planet.

Filed in: Energy Social Change

The curious tale of the Frack Master and the activist

Jamie Kelsey-Fry catches a rare balanced debate on shale gas that marks the undoing of one of its greatest US evangelists.

Filed in: Activism Energy England Sustainability United States

Ending the oil age

Change is coming. Jess Worth examines whether growing pressure for divestment and disruption can knock Big Oil off its perch.

Filed in: Activism Energy Oil Sustainability

A fracking scandal: police and energy firms cosy on up

Josh Allen looks at the blurring of (police) lines in Manchester and West Sussex.

Filed in: Energy England Environment

Welcome to the Philippines, welcome to coal country

The power outages caused by Typhoon Rammasun highlight a precarious, and dirty, energy situation, says Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Energy Philippines Sustainability

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