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'Wind turbine syndrome' can be prevented by the wonder drug called money

Farm hosts tell a very different story to wind farm naysayers, says Simon Chapman.

Filed in: Australia Climate Change Energy Environment

Thanks to British banks, coal is king in Indonesian Borneo

Local villages are being evicted while the City of London and mining companies binge on fossil fuels. Alex Scrivener reports.

Filed in: Energy Environment Forests Indonesia Mining

PODCAST: Our renewable future

Phil England and guests explain why we’re now standing at a crossroads between two different energy paths.

Filed in: Climate Change Energy

Food should be used to fill people, not cars

MEPs ignore voters and the world’s poor in biofuels vote, as Lucy Hurn explains.

Filed in: Energy Environment Food Sustainability

Reclaim The Power revs up in West Sussex

Jamie Kelsey-Fry on why supporting the upcoming camp at Balcombe can make or break the rush for unconventional energy.

Filed in: Energy England Environment

Reclaim the Power: time to kick some corporate gas

Coal is over and the fight for power in the public interest is happening now, says Danielle Paffard, so come and join in.

Filed in: Activism Energy England Sustainability

PODCAST: No Dash for Fracking Gas

Climate Radio looks at the battle for Britain’s energy future: the government and energy lobby vs. campaigners and official climate advisers.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Energy Environment Poverty Society United Kingdom

Europe gets its first ‘Tar-Free City’

Oxford takes a lead from communities in the US by rejecting oil from Canada’s destructive tar sands project.

Filed in: Canada Energy Environment First Nations Reservations (Canada) Oil Politics United Kingdom United States

Coming to Britain: Underground Coal Gasification

The seduction of plundering the last fossil fuel reserves has blinded industry and government to the potential damage, writes Lorna Stephenson.

Filed in: Climate Change Energy Environment United Kingdom

Indonesians refuse to stop fighting extractive industry

Radical action is needed to help the victims of the fossil fuel rush win justice, writes Alex Scrivener.

Filed in: Corporations Energy Environment Indonesia

No Dash For Gas back in action as West Burton activists sentenced

‘Guerilla’ protesters crash the Cheltenham Science Fair and demand that EDF ‘stop silencing science.’ Tara Clarke reports.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Energy Environment

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