Archive | October, 2012

The Imbalanced Scales of UK Fuel Poverty

Peter Rolton: Chairman, Rolton Group Some unsettling figures emerged from a survey published by consumer watchdog Which? on 19th September, showing that those who use low amounts of fuel are paying significantly more per unit than higher rate consumers. This is due to systems such as the two-tier charge, which sees unit prices drop once […]

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Climate Vulnerable Forum: Climate Change Cost 1.7% of Global GDP in 2010.

“A HUNDRED YEARS from now, looking back, the only question that will appear important about the historical moment in which we now live is the question of whether or not we did anything to arrest climate change.” THE ECONOMIST December 2011 In the 2nd edition, The Climate Vulnerability Monitor (A Guide to the Cold Calculus of a Hot Planet) reports on the economic and social […]

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