Bibi van der Zee discovers there is no excuse for Britain – still struggling with an energy system built for the 1950s – not to construct a new and greener energy system fit for the 21st century. All that is lacking is the political will.
Despite promises of a radical shake-up - followed by months of bickering - the new Energy Bill delivers business as usual with the big six energy companies still dominating our energy supplies, says Bibi van der Zee
Research repeatedly shows that if communities are likely to see a financial benefit to having a wind farm nearby, acceptance would be a whole lot easier. And this week, Good Energy started paving that way. Bibi van der Zee reports
What is it about wind power that has grown men at each other’s throats and furiously frothing at the mouth? Greenpeace went under cover to discover what Bibi van der Zee has been telling us for weeks ….
The leadership election was, basically, a giant question to the membership. Where next? The ballot papers went out. The members voted. And Natalie Bennett, says Bibi van der Zee, appears to be the answer.
After some of the biggest breakthroughs in their history, the Green Party now faces a leadership election so what happens now? Are the Greens ready to take the next big leap forward, asks Bibi van der Zee
After the failure of the Copenhagen climate talks, the undercover police scandal, the disbanding of Climate Camp - and the sudden rise of UK Uncut - Bibi van der Zee takes the temperature of Britain's green activism movement
Continuing her exclusive series - Coalition Green Watch - Bibi van der Zee further assesses David Cameron's pledge to head the 'greenest government in history' and, whilst the jury may still be out, finds alarming cause for concern...
Planning - a dull subject that has a direct impact on some of the most important areas of our lives. One proposal to speed up planning has just been scrapped by the new Government. What will replace it, asks Bibi Van Der Zee