Church of England excludes all fossil fuel companies from £10.3bn fund
The body managing the Church of England’s £10.3bn endowment fund is excluding all oil and gas companies, stating that none are in “genuine alignment” with global climate goals.
Why ‘sticky’ groups may be the cause of our energy woes
In light of the slew of recent UK cover-up scandals: 1, 2. And, more specifically criticisms directed at Government energy policy, this month€™s piece is written to highlight the easy mistakes we (the trusting public) can make when buying into a group acceptance, when scandalous acts are all too often hidden from view in the name of straight jacketed policies.
Blowing the cap off benefits
It's common knowledge that religion and politics are topics best avoided in polite conversation. It seems that another subject is fast joining the taboo list round the dinner table, if the online response to a recent article in The Daily Telegraph (Householders waste £24 million subsidising redundant wind farms, 27 January 2012) is anything to go by. Low carbon energy generation, and in particular the UK Government's role in this area, is fast becoming a contentious issue for many Britons.
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