Green good intentions collide with savage spending cutsAug 2010
by Nicholas Schoon
The Coalition's determination to be 'the greenest government ever' is being undermined by the spending cuts being made to address the public deficit. Of course, public spending alone was never going to solve the UK's environmental problems, but the cuts will harm the civil service's ability to deliver good policy.
Call for a green bank to fund low carbon sectorsOct 2009
The Ends Report
A state sponsored green bank financed through green bonds would stimulate the much needed flow of private captial into low carbon industries, says the Aldersgate Group
CCS regulation: the potential to drive growth, jobs and competitive advantageOct 2009
Institution of Civil Engineers
by Andrew Raingold
Outlines the need for better regulation and stringent performance standards in the UK for coal fired power stations.
Carbon reporting rules threaten renewablesMar 2009
Businesses are unlikely to develop on-site renewables if they cannot report the electricity generated as zero-carbon, the Aldersgate Group warned on Saturday.