Apr 22, 2016
The sustainable futures report for the 22nd April. Yes, this is Anthony Day. Here I am again with another episode and a lot to catch up on. The Sustainable Best Practice Exchange took place last week. There's a lot to report on that and I'll include it in future episodes. To keep exchanging best practice I'm setting up the Sustainable Best Practice Mastermind group and a number of conference delegates have already expressed interest. There’s a couple of places left, so if you want to join a select group of business leaders and public officials, call me today on 07803 616877 for an invitation to the Orientation and Selection Day. It’s provisionally on 7th July.
The oil price is up - and down. What of the future? Bernie Sanders wants to phase out most fossil fuels by 2050 but his opposition to nuclear power is causing debate. Elsewhere in the US children are taking the Federal Government to court over climate change. A meeting of the European Geosciences Union counted the cost of natural disasters and the Pakistan government was criticised for not doing more.
Did green taxes drive Tata Steel out of the UK? Surprisingly, the opposite seems to be true.
In Washington, scientists are conjuring electricity out of the air, but here in the UK you may soon be able generate electricity by spending a £1 and then spending a penny.
And why is Lord Nelson wearing a face mask?