Can green technologies solve our economic problems?

Despite recent cost reductions in solar panels and wind turbines, the world still gets over 85% of its energy from coal, oil and gas.

Governments are intervening as they accept the challenge to clean up industrial impacts on the environment. But policy lies divided and the question remains: can b...

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Tim Foxon

Tim is Professor of Sustainability Transitions at SPRU (Science Policy Research Unit). His research explores technological and social factors relating to the innovation of new energy technologies, the co-evolution of …

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