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The ‘Energy Trilemma’ is how can we have sustainable, secure and affordable energy?
The mantra coming out of government, at least in the press, appears to follow this narrow focus on affordability and security of energy, omitting sustainability, environment and climate change.
Worryingly the title of DECC includes the word ‘Climate Change’, with a stated priority for - 'promoting action in the EU and internationally to maintain energy security and mitigate dangerous climate change as we chart the way towards a global deal on climate change in 2015' Yet the DECC spokesman at the Future Energy Scenarios didn’t talk about Climate Change, only affordability and security.
Lord Bourne, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at DECC, has just announced today that Dogger Bank Teesside, a 2.4GW offshore wind farm, has been given approval.
Excellent news, however the press release from DECC, worryingly does not actually mention climate change, a key driver for the development of low carbon and renewable energy.
Returning to National Grids Future Energy Scenarios, of the four scenarios, only one Scenario, ‘Gone Green’ actually meets our binding legal climate change targets.
So if only one option is legal, then surely this is the one supported by the government (who among other things set, and abide by, the law).
The answer from DECC at the launch meeting was they couldn’t comment on any one scenario as it is not their place. It is the only legal option that meets our commitment. Barack Obama, with his Clean Power Plan, the Pope with his Encyclical on Climate Change, both build towards a strong international commitment in Paris later this year.
The #keepitintheground and divestment campaigns supported by the Guardian and Prince Charles, amongst others, build on collective action, along with the excellent legal challenge by the Dutch people against their own governments poor progress against climate change.
Within the UK it falls upon David Cameron as our elected leader, and his ministers such as Amber Rudd to realise that they need to throw their support unequivocally behind efforts to reduce and avoid the worst of climate change, through embracing renewable energy and sustainability.
The evidence is overwhelming that progressive renewable energy policies are good for the environment, our security and our economy. The Government needs to raise their game or face a new dilemma of how to convince the electorate that they took the right decisions in the face of strong international consensus, from politicians, religious leaders, business, science and lawmakers as well as overwhelming public opinion in support of action on climate change.
Anyone who has crafted a message on Ok Cupid knows that online dating is still a very unnatural act.
You scan the stranger's profile, wittily riff off of their listed interests, insert a few choice questions, and acknowledge how weird the whole thing is (using the words "sorry," "apologize," and "awkward" in your first message ups the likelihood of reply).