First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon and Governor Brown of California shake hands over climate deal.

California just signed a climate change agreement with Scotland, here are 5 things the UK can learn from the Golden State

While one is a state within the United States of America and the other a sovereign country or state made up of four “sub” countries, Clea Colster suggests that the UK could learn from California’s environmental policies.

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Brexit, and an uncertain road for the European Emissions Trading Scheme

On the day Theresa May officially triggers Article 50 and begins the Brexit process, Grantham Institute writes about the value of a European scheme that aims to limit and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from more than 12,000 power and manufacturing plants in 31 countries, which together account for around 45% of the EU’s total emissions.

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How can we generate a hundred per cent renewable electricity?

Charlie Cook, a student on the first cohort of Imperial’s new MSc in Climate Change, Management and Finance, checks on the roadmap leading to a world with electricity generated from a hundred per cent renewable sources. If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there; Lewis Carroll’s Cheshire Cat points out to Alice. The Paris Agreement has set our sights on a … Continue reading How can we generate a hundred per cent renewable electricity?