UK Climate Change

Hinkley Point: Nuking the Idea of a 'Renewables-Online' Future

Ben Acheson | Posted 24.12.2013 | UK Politics
Ben Acheson

Whether man-made climate change is occurring or not, there are few who would argue against a move towards low-carbon energy generation. One way or another, carbon emissions must be cut. Forget the tired anti-nuclear rhetoric and the ridiculous claims that a Fukushima-style disaster could hit the UK. Third generation nuclear is the way forward and the new reactors planned at Hinkley Point are the first step in the right direction.

WATCH: The Sad Reality Of Global Warming

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 03.10.2013 | UK

Forced ashore by the disappearance of Arctic sea ice over their feeding areas, an estimated 10,000 Pacific walrus have been pictured bunched along a b...

Climate Change and the Student Fightback

Matt Stanley | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Matt Stanley

Aging Tory ministers might be in denial about the reality of climate change and the urgent need to tackle it, but students and young people aren't. We are increasingly aware of the dangers climate change poses for our future and that's why it should come as no surprise that the rising environment movement is young, vibrant and determined to play our part in tackling this huge challenge.

Stunning Nasa Image Shows Brutal Impact Of Pollution

Posted 15.01.2013 | UK Tech

This stunning new image released by Nasa shows how dust, sea salt and smoke is swirled around the globe by weather. Dust (red) is lifted from the s...

THE SUN IS SHINING ON BRIXTON

Anders Lorenzen | Posted 20.05.2012 | UK
Anders Lorenzen

Brixton Energy, a London-based community energy co-operative, formally launched their first 'Solar 1' project this week. This involves placing solar p...

Top 100 Climate Change Threats To The UK Listed In Government Report

Huffington Post UK / PA | Posted 27.03.2012 | UK

The 100 most critical threats faced by the UK as a result of climate change have been identified in a government risk assessment. Higher temperatur...