In Thursday's Green Energy News Review, National Geographic find the Arctic ice caps to be nearly completely melted, Virunga National Park in Congo is attacked by big oil, and in the UK, DECC comes under fire for its new subsidy regime
In Wednesday's Green Energy News Review: The Prime Ministers of Canada and Australia have put economy above ecology, announcing that a coalition should be formed by countries wishing to do the same. Plus more arguments between skeptics and scientists.
In spite of insurmountable evidence, climate change is an issue that needs to be dealt with now, not in two generations' time. Thursday's Green Energy News Review asks where the apathy comes from, and how can we break it?
Reports are coming in from around the world: consensus is that people don't want to talk about climate change. With results ranging from amusing to flabbergasting, Wednesday's GENR discusses the 'green fatigue' issue.
Thursday's Green Energy News Review reports on the IEA's new prediction that solar will dominate the global grid by 2050, the top ten food and drinks companies' carbon shame, and the UK government's mishandling of carbon capture technology.
In today's Green Energy News Review we discuss the news that Shell have responded to the 'Carbon Bubble' theory by sending letters to their shareholders denouncing green energy, and declaring that it might take the rest of the century to resolve climate change issues.
In today's Green Energy News Review, the Global Sustainability Institute warns of a serious fossil fuel shortage for Britain, which will result in high energy prices.
Also, The Times warps the facts over a rejected climate change paper.