Latest headlines

Blog entry

Written for The Ecologist - May 2009 - p89

Since we don’t have enough land for the renewable technologies we need - let’s go stratospheric instead, with a high-altitude solution…

Blog entry

Written for The Ecologist - April 2009  - Page 87

Thirty-storey farms? The stated aim of the third green revolution to remove agriculture from the land is nothing short of colonial 

Blog entry

Dumping iron sulphate into the ocean, or, how to 'geo-engineer' the climate

Written for The Ecologist - March 2009

Blog entry

Jim Thomas

Written for The Ecologist - February 2009

The next big hit fuelwise will have corporations falling over each other to claim plant life, but the comedown could leave us in a sticky mess  

Blog entry

Jim Thomas

Written for The Ecologist- December/January 2009

The extreme climate technologists behind monochrome schemes to slow global warming are one colour short of a palette 

Blog entry

Jim Thomas

Written for The Ecologist - November 2008 

Don’t be fooled by The Cloud – the world of the internet seems weightless, but it is leaving an increasingly heavy footprint behind it 

Blog entry
Blog entry

Apparently in some places they call Hong Kong "Disneyland". What better place than among the sci-fitowers of this gotham-city landscape for the brave new pioneers of Synthetic Biology to gather, plan and celebrate the next stage of artificial life.

Blog entry


Henry Ford dreamed of making plastic cars out of soy. Now Dow, DuPont and other chemical giants are also dreaming of a ‘green’ future. But, as Jim Thomas argues, bioplastic is not the eco-solution it’s cracked up to be.

Pages

Subscribe to Latest Headlines | ETC Group