Scotland could miss climate targets thanks to UK energy policy, Scottish MSP warns

Scotland could miss climate targets thanks to UK energy policy, Scottish MSP warns

The Climate Change Secretary said Westminster has to take decisions in reserved areas to enable Scotland to hit its proposed target of net-zero carbon emissions by 2045.

Union anger as UK energy minister ‘unable to attend’ wind summit

Union anger as UK energy minister ‘unable to attend’ wind summit

A Scottish workers union has hit out after Westminster was forced to admit that the UK’s energy minister will not attend next week’s offshore wind summit in Edinburgh.

Exclusive: Government-led summit to probe dearth of wind supply chain deals

Exclusive: Government-led summit to probe dearth of wind supply chain deals

Westminster and the Scottish Government are to lead a summit into the awarding of contracts to the offshore wind supply chain as foreign firms continue to cash in on UK work.

How Co-ops Are Bringing Solar Power to Rural America

How Co-ops Are Bringing Solar Power to Rural America

One co-op based in Taos, N.M., waged a yearlong struggle with its wholesale co-op supplier, Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association Inc. of Westminster, Colo., to break its contract and replace it with a commercial power provider and a communitywide solar program.

Climate change: six positive news stories you probably missed this year

Climate change: six positive news stories you probably missed this year

A new mobilising force for climate action Anna Pigott, researcher in environmental humanities, Swansea University The Extinction Rebellion direct action movement might not be the most obvious choice for positivity, what with its use of skull imagery and banners such as the one hung over Westminster Bridge in November reading: “Climate Change: We’re F****d”.