Energy: A Crisis Within a Crisis

By GLOBUS Editor-in-Chief Sara Azeem Inspired by Bret Willer's and Jonathan Neale's talks entitled ‘Sustainable Cities Need Sustainable Citizens’ and 'Climate Jobs and Green New Deals' respectively, delivered at the TED Countdown event organised by TEDxWarwick and GLOBUS The “energy crisis” isn’t recent news. Anyone keeping an eye on the news (and their energy bills)... Continue Reading →

Ownership is Power: Scotland’s Renewable Energy Transition

From the bountiful supply of resources within the North Sea, Scotland has historically benefited from fossil fuels such as natural gas and oil. However, currently energy transformation towards renewables is accelerating within the country, creating benefits for both its nature and people.  Scotland has rich natural resources not only fossil fuel, but renewable resources, primarily wind and tidal. The government has set a target which aims... Continue Reading →

The Future of Wave Energy

by Theodore Robin, GLOBUS Correspondent Wave energy or power is a niche but rapidly growing source of energy garnering a lot of interest around the world. Wave energy captures the energy of waves and then turns into electricity. It is a form of hydroelectricity and is similar to tidal power in many regards. Waves are... Continue Reading →

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