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Rosebank has been given the go ahead today despite the repeated warnings of the IEA. The approval is in no small part due to the fact that there is no price on pollution at the point of production. Ironically the windfall tax has not disincentivised further development because the “investment allowance” allows companies to claim…

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The Labour Party has announced that it intends to stop the development of any new oil and gas fields in UK territory if it forms the next government. The move will have far-reaching consequences, leading to a rapid contraction of the UK’s oil and gas industry over the next decade. So it’s no surprise that…

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As readers will know we at CCL UK are affiliates of a worldwide organisation, Citizens’ Climate International, which endorses building the political will for a liveable world through five levers of political will. This type of people power has had notable results, most famously in Canada. The current Bretton Woods project has also given the…

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The Government’s revised energy stategy has had extensive coverage since its release yesterday. One piece of good news is that the need for Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) is now back on the agenda. Sadly though, the Government has not taken this opportunity to reconsider the decision to continue to maximise  the exploitation of the…