The consequences of increased energy usage in the developing world now outweigh the benefits. What do we actually use energy for and what are the current politics of energy? In this report, Rebecca Willis and Nick Eyre present the overwhelming case for rebalancing our energy system, focussing as much on demand reduction as supply.
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We can’t make poverty history without environmental resilience by Christine Allen
Greens should keep their powder dry: Brussels doesn’t always know best by Matthew Farrow
Climate scepticism and UKIP trends - more than just a coincidence? by Matthew Lockwood
How to ensure investment in energy efficiency..and how not to by Rachel Cary
What can green innovators learn from ‘frugal’ innovation in India? by Ian Thornton
Business Green: Do green businesses really want corporate dinosaurs acting in their name?
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E2B: Energy group calls for electricity efficiency feed-in tariff
The Guardian: UK industry group pushes government to raise energy saving targets
Edie: Circular Economy Taskforce looks to identify risk hotspots
The Economist: Waste not
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