By Agnes Lidbrink, GLOBUS Contributor Here at GLOBUS, we’re lucky to be in close collaboration with both academics and students from the Global Sustainable Development Department. It is therefore with much excitement that we are publishing a series of selected pieces from GSD’s 3rd Year module: ‘The Energy Trilemma’, convened by Dr Morakinyo Adetutu. The... Continue Reading →
By Emily Harros, GLOBUS Correspondent Amongst calls for decarbonization and a world-wide energy transition, HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ is one of the highest rated series on IMDb. But is our fascination with the gritty and dark realities of this nuclear disaster obscuring our understanding of nuclear power – both its realities and its future potential? This author... Continue Reading →
In the last piece in this series, Arifa Akther explains why hydropower generation is an unsustainable along the Mekong River.
In the sixth piece of our Energy Trilemma series, Fred Betley examines Guernsey's potential for a decentralised and sustainable energy future.
In the fifth piece of our “Energy Trilemma” series, Nicola Blasetti examines the economic opportunities and consequent threats to habitat integrity and climate change posed by the melting of the Arctic.
In the fourth piece of our "Energy Trilemma" series, Najma Ahmad's challenges the government's stance on shale gas, highlighting geographic, economic, environmental and social drawbacks that undermine the nation's commitment to sustainability.
This article is the third of a series of articles by students of GD311 – The Energy Trilemma – selected by Dr Alec Waterworth.
This article is the second of a series of articles by students of GD311 - The Energy Trilemma - selected by Dr Alec Waterworth.