the economics of Australian coal
politics / renewable energy

the economics of Australian coal

Despite being one of the most well positioned countries in the world to produce energy from renewable sources, solar power especially, Australian federal government is refusing to give up coal. This is somewhat understandable as the country is not only majorly powered by this particular energy source, but also because a significant chunk of its total wealth acquired … Continue reading

the Trumpsidency
politics

the Trumpsidency

Over the past few days, Donald Trump’s presidency has been one of the biggest stories in the Western news. The story has also been big among the environmental crowd. Many commentators are worried that Trump becoming the new US president will mean stopping the progress achieved with the development of the Paris Agreement and its unprecedentedly fast ratification within a … Continue reading

the Shell utopianism
Media

the Shell utopianism

Some time ago I bought a special edition of the National Geographic, Cool It, published on the Paris Climate Talks 2015 occasion. As some of you might already know, National Geographic has been collaborating with Shell for a few years now, in the form of a campaign The Great Energy Challenge. I, however, was under the impression that National Geographic is an independent, … Continue reading