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We CAN build a carbon-neutral world by 2050. Here’s how

By Emily Farnworth, Head of Climate Change, World Economic Forum Is a carbon-neutral world possible by 2050? Yes. Will it happen? Again, yes. No politician will be able to ignore the social and economic pressures as climate impacts become more severe - but the longer it takes, the more expensive it will become. Governments, states, … Continue reading We CAN build a carbon-neutral world by 2050. Here’s how

Active participation of women essential to the global energy transformation

From IRENA By 2050, IRENA projects that there will be around 40 million jobs directly related to renewable energy and energy efficiency worldwide, a more than four-fold increase from today. Women comprise roughly half the world’s population, and their full inclusion is vital to ensuring that the new energy economy is based on the largest pool of talent, … Continue reading Active participation of women essential to the global energy transformation

The vision and pragmatism of Stephen Tindale must not die with him

By Anders Lorenzen The environmentalist Stephen Tindale passed away last year after a long battle with severe depression. The former director of Greenpeace UK had long divided environmentalists with his support for nuclear energy, fracking and GMO crops. But in my opinion, his greatest strength lay in his visionary thinking and pragmatism. I was lucky … Continue reading The vision and pragmatism of Stephen Tindale must not die with him

Saving the climate means changing your mind: Stephen Tindale at TEDxRussellSquare

Stephen Tindale talks about how he had to change his view on nuclear energy when he realised it is the way towards sustainable energy. Stephen Tindale is an associate fellow at the Centre for European Reform, working mainly on energy and climate policy.Previous roles have included: Head of Communications and Public Affairs for RWE npower … Continue reading Saving the climate means changing your mind: Stephen Tindale at TEDxRussellSquare

Stephen Tindale, Former Greenpeace/UK Executive Director – #Nuclear4Climate

Stephen Tindale was the Executive Director of Greenpeace in the United Kingdom until 2005. Nuclear needs to be an important part of the climate change mitigation way forward. My name is Stephen Tindale. I’m now a Consultant on Climate and energy policy. I’m running the Alvin Weinberg Foundation, a pro-advanced nuclear group in the UK … Continue reading Stephen Tindale, Former Greenpeace/UK Executive Director – #Nuclear4Climate