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Category Archives: biofuels
Climate Action, food and farming: a seismic shift for the NFU?
Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with my critical views on the National Farmers Union, the NFU – over the years. So be prepared for a shock, brace yourselves and read on. Or stop now if your cognitive … Continue reading
Posted in agro-ecology, Anaerobic Digester, biofuels, biogas, climate action, NFU Tagged agroecology, climate chaos, NFU 2 Comments
Forget Biogas, we need Hydrogen from Solar
With 2014 looking like it’s going to be the warmest year since records began, in 1880, but probably much longer ago than that, we need to take collective action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. I have already explained just recently … Continue reading
Posted in biofuels, biogas, climate change, Rampisham Down, Solar Farms Tagged Biogas, climate change, Solar Farms 5 Comments
UKIP’s Roger Helmer ventures into supporting renewable energy, and gets it all wrong.
More UKIP bonkersness. Roger Helmer has now decided he supports renewable energy, but only if it is bioethanol distilled from wheat. This appears to be because he doesn’t want a bioethanol distillery built in Stocton (sic) on … Continue reading
Posted in biofuels, renewable energy, UKIP Tagged biofuels, Roger Helmer, UKIP, wheat 4 Comments