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  • Book review: Technology will save us from climate change

    In his latest book, Dieter Helm gives an optimistic view of technology’s ability to tackle the world’s energy problems but has less faith in government policy or regulation

  • Richard Macrory, professor of environmental law, University College London

    Planning decisions and the pitfalls of alternative sites

    Richard Macrory: A recent High Court case involving a council’s decision to relocate a school shows that failure to consider an alternative solution can prove fatal to planning decisions

  • Keith Patterson, co-head of renewables at law firm Brodies

    All up for grabs for energy in a post-Brexit market

    Keith Patterson: Energy is likely to form part of the UK government’s ambition for the “freest possible trade” with Europe, but the choices are broad and time is running out for the industry to influence them

  • Kevin Fothergill, chair, Hydrogen Hub

    Fuel cells: getting out of the pre-commercial trap

    Kevin Fothergill: To meet the UK’s CO2 reduction targets, we need to spring some of the newer and most promising technologies from the pre-commercial trap

  • Rupert Read is reader in philosophy at the University of East Anglia and chair of thinktank Green House

    A principle worth standing up for

    Rupert Read and Samuel Webb: The precautionary principle remains the greatest safeguard against reckless decision making that ignores risks to humanity, but we will need to fight for it in a post-Brexit world

  • Isabella Kaminski, deputy editor, ENDS Report

    The labour pains of new legislation

    Isabella Kaminski: With the UK arguing over the substance of the EU Withdrawal Bill and waiting to examine the fine details of the Great Repeal Bill, the process of legislating is higher than usual on the public agenda.

  • Richard Macrory, professor of environmental law, University College London

    Heathrow ruling sets time limit for legal challenges

    Richard Macrory: An attempt to bring a judicial review of the government’s proposal for increasing airport capacity has been stalled by a clause limiting when such action can be launched

  • Martin Griffiths, visiting professor at Cranfield University and independent water and environmental consultant

    Skills gap widens as need for water regulation grows

    Martin Griffiths: There is a steady decline in the number of professionals with much-needed environmental regulatory capability and skills but these are essential for effective industry regulation

  • Kenny Coventry, professor of psychological science and head of the School of Psychology, University of East Anglia

    Changing perceptions: belief and climate science

    Kenny Coventry: Psychological science can help understand public and political disengagement with climate science findings in a ‘post-truth’ world and help scientists reach their target audience

  • Richard Hurford: excellent prospects for sustainability consultants

    A bright future

    Who doesn’t want to save money while helping the environment? Richard Hurford, consultant at Schneider Electric, tells Paul Hatchwell why he sees a positive future for energy and sustainability consultancy

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