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The UK cements its leadership position in the run-up to Copenhagen

(Source: DECC)

The UK’s Department for Energy & Climate Change (DECC) this week announced a £20m injection of government-backed venture capital support, for the deployment of recent advances in innovative, low carbon technologies. Whilst private funds for early stage commercialisation and technology development have fallen significantly as a result of the economic downturn, this investment demonstrates the …

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A Sustainable Path to a low carbon economy


The UK’s Sustianable Development Commission has argued for a (different) financial model, which would strive for sustainability rather than economic growth to lead us to a low carbon economy, in a report published last week. The report, put together by Chair Jonathan Porritt and Economics Commissioner Tim Jackson, calls on the government invest £30bn/year in …

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Momentum, momentum, momentum: Ed Miliband at G20

Miliband called momentum the “most important commodity” in the lead-up to COP-15

Ed Miliband’s statement on climate change at the G20 was short and to the point. Miliband briefed for ten minutes from Room Three of the conference centre, and quickly answered four questions before departing to give BBC and SkyNews interviews on the same topic. The thrust of the conference was just that: thrust.  Momentum, Miliband …

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