Mario Pezzini and Håvard Halland / June 4, 2020
As oil-exporting countries struggle to respond to the crisis, there is a way to make critical fiscal resources available
Nick Butler / June 1, 2020
Sturgeon will find any renewed push is fatally undermined by the economic reality
Nick Butler / May 21, 2020
The historic oil price collapse we have witnessed is just the beginning
But the tentative emergence of new structures of global governance could be the story of 2020
Adam Tooze / December 9, 2019
What has emerged in the UK is a fast-moving, high-tech, corporate energy transition—but the old dream of a decentralised and democratic system lives on
Playing a crucial role in keeping the nuclear site safe and secure
On climate we have grown used to inaction. Should we look to markets or farming reform to unlock the discussion?
Blue can still go green—with the help of the market
Alan Whitehead / November 14, 2018
Wind and solar energy programmes are set to decline—and the government reckons this is progress
Claire Perry / November 13, 2018
"Direct government intervention may sometimes be necessary to protect consumers as the markets catch up"