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Focusing on energy demand reduction clearly presents the lowest mitigation challenges and provides huge potential mitigation impacts

Focusing on energy demand reduction clearly presents the lowest mitigation challenges and provides huge potential mitigation impacts

A team of international researchers, including scientists at the University of Leeds, have used 7,000 studies from across the globe to develop a list of the most effective changes to household consumption to cut our carbon footprints. Harry Cockburn explains in an article on The Independent website.   Two years of vegan living cancelled out … Continue reading

Thoughts on the energy transition

Thoughts on the energy transition

EiD tries to provide readers with a wide range of articles that discuss the low-carbon energy transition. It is a bumpy road but there is plenty of evidence that important gains are being made. This is a very thoughtful article in The Guardian by Bryony Worthington, a Labour peer and an architect of the UK’s … Continue reading