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"Clean Energy" is a Dirty Joke

Guest post by Michael Swifte

Originally published in The Wrong Kind of Green

“Clean Energy” is a rhetorical device of unprecedented scope. A poorly defined but effective shield for any pundit, mouthpiece or messaging agent to use when speaking of a seemingly uncertain energy future. 3,933 more words

Things That Aren't What They Seem

Looking to Shanghai: Best Practices for Inspiring a Transit-Oriented Generation

As a teenager and young citizen, I have a strong and direct connection with the next generation. Among high school and college students like myself, the realities of climate change are widely accepted, and we are are prepared to take action. 657 more words


Unique thatch cladding system and natural materials for an inspiring low-carbon Enterprise Centre

The Enterprise Centre in Norfolk is a fascinating and exciting project with a focus on the use of local materials, occupant comfort and an innovative lighting strategy.  1,010 more words


The countries that get the highest percentage of electricity from low-carbon sources

The countries that get the highest percentage of electricity from low-carbon sources

Mostly Hydro and Nuclear. And a little wind.


Shaun Chamberlin: Community, Place and Play: A Post-Market Economics

A forthcoming Schumacher College course on the work of David Fleming. Course dates: Monday, 6 February, 2017 to Friday, 10 February, 2017

“How should we live?” “What work should we do?” “How can we resource ourselves and each other?” It’s time to reclaim these questions from the economists. 987 more words

Shaun Chamberlin

Clean Transport News

Keep up-to-speed with the latest developments in clean transport action:

1.       Nikola One Truck Revealed

One of the largest US trucking companies believes the Nikola One truck could be a game-changer for the trucking industry. 395 more words

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