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Faced with the choice of deadly, dirty, dangerous energy like coal, oil and nuclear power, or safe, clean and renewable power, what would you decide?
Renewable energy, smartly used, can and will meet our demands. No oil spills, no climate change, no radiation danger, no nuclear waste – simply energy we can trust. We can achieve a world with 100% renewable energy.

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The Dirty Dozen in Durban

Publication | 5 December, 2011 at 7:05

The Dirty Dozen are the top representatives of those corporate polluters that are holding us back from a global deal to limit and reverse GHG emissions worldwide. Greenpeace’s report ‘Who’s Holding Us Back?’ has documented the global effort,...

Bullsh*t Bingo

Blog entry by Mike Townsley | 3 December, 2011

If you've just read our political update , you probably need something to cheer you up. Have a look at the cartoon we whipped up in light of the US's blatant blocking and bullying in the first week of the UN climate talks. It has...

COP17 - Week one round up

Blog entry by Jess Miller | 3 December, 2011 2 comments

For a week now government negotiators working on the plan for ‘Long Term Co-operative Action’ on climate change have been scattered across a conference  center in Durban, South Africa negotiating over the wide range of issues not...

Durban climate talks: US must stand aside

Blog entry by Jess Miller | 3 December, 2011 2 comments

It’s midway through the UN climate talks in Durban, SA and the draft text for the agreement that will come out of this year conference has just been released. I saw the text this morning, and it is 131 pages! This draft of the final...

Stormtroopers expose car lobby get-together

Blog entry by Sara Ayech | 2 December, 2011 1 comment

Today the Dark Side has come to Brussels, where the world’s biggest car companies are gathering for a shadowy meeting where they will decide whether to block a key European climate law to clean up our engines. We've found out...

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