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What role should local governments play in heat transitions? Lessons from the Netherland and England

by Anna Devenish This blog was originally posted on the ‘Going Dutch?’ project website on 30/11/2022. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to a dramatic increase in natural gas prices and an unprecedented energy crisis in the European Union and

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Some initial responses to the Autumn Statement

On Thursday 17 November 2022, Jeremy Hunt, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, made his anxiously awaited autumn statement. In doing so, he announced a number of energy-related polices for the United Kingdom, including green-lighting the Sizewell C Nuclear power plant,

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Canada needs an energy poverty strategy. Here’s what it might look like.

With COP27 now underway in Egypt,  the question of how to deliver a just transition is very much on the agenda.  Greening a country’s economy in a way that’s fair and inclusive is a complex issue, with challenges that vary from

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We need to talk about the Genetic Technology (Precision-Breeding) Bill

Here’s why changes in biotechnology regulation should be made carefully, and be informed by broader and more considered societal debate.

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