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Has the Spending Review delivered a coherent approach to energy innovation? – Jim Watson writes for UKERC

In his new blog for UKERC, Jim Watson reacts to the energy policy implications of the UK Government Spending Review. One of the prominent themes of the review is the need for innovation in energy technologies and systems, which has

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Florian Kern on Carbon Capture & Storage in the UK

Photograph of Dr Florian Kern

Could Canada hold the key to Britain’s rotten record on carbon capture? If you want to stop carbon entering the atmosphere and speeding up the process of climate change there are two things you can do: stop using fuels which

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Unburnable fossil fuels – whose limit is it anyway?

A research letter in Nature by Dr Christophe McGlade and Prof Paul Ekins (McGlade & Ekins 2015) has dared to go where policymakers and leaders across the globe have not: For a reasonable chance of limiting global warming to 2 degrees

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