Monthly Archives: March 2012
This blog has reported on the troubled inclusion of aviation in the European Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) before. As it’s not a key area of coverage for Enagri, which deals primarily with bioenergy, it’s a subject I thought had … Continue reading
Read Part 1 here. In the first part of this series, one of the ponts I made was that unless th the designated boundaries of the life cycle analysis being conducted are the same for both fuel/energy pathways, any comparison … Continue reading
Who’d have thought that the biggest source of disagreement between environmentalists would be nuclear power? The issue came back into the spotlight last week when four environmental campaigners (Jonathan Porritt, Tom Burke, Charles Secrett and Tony Juniper ) wrote a … Continue reading
Enagri have prepared a summary of the main envrinmental and renewable aspects of today’s Budget, and associated announcements. You can access it here.
As we wait for the Budget (which, we suspect will be anything but green), it’s interesting to remember comments that lord Stern made last month… According to The Press Association, the respected economist (well, respected by everyone except Ryanair motormouth … Continue reading