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The Swiss public gives the final nod to boosting renewable energy 

The Swiss public gives the final nod to boosting renewable energy 

A Swiss wind farm. Photo credit: Keystone / Olivier Maire. By Anders Lorenzen Swiss politics sets itself apart from most countries. Some argue that their system of direct democracy with frequent referendums is one of the most democratic models of government. It often gives citizens the final say on a particular issue. This was recently the case with a new […]

G7 pledge to accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels

G7 pledge to accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels

climate change By Anders Lorenzen The annual meeting of the world’s seven largest economies, G7, which this year is hosted in Italy has pledged to accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels. The meeting which is hosted by Italy’s far-right prime minister Giorgia Meloni in the southern Italian region of Puglia reiterated the message from last year’s UN climate summit […]

Opinion: Is India’s ruling party downplaying climate change?

Opinion: Is India’s ruling party downplaying climate change?

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets supporters on the campaign trail in Varanasi, India, on May 13, 2024. His party’s manifesto for the 2024 election barely mentions climate change. Photo credit: Alamy. By Omair Ahmad A decade after coming to power, the BJP’s 2024 manifesto reveals a lack of bold climate and environmental action, reflecting the challenges of governance, writes […]

Opinion: Ten lies Rishi Sunak is telling about net zero

By Jeremy Williams “We need sensible, green leadership,” Rishi Sunak told the country last night, and “a better, more honest debate about how we secure the country’s long-term interest.” He used the words ‘honesty’ five times during a speech which contained dozens of falsehoods about climate policy. So, in the interests of an honest debate, here are ten of the […]

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