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Heathrow: An Early Test of Theresa May’s Brexit Credentials
Heathrow: An Early Test of Theresa May’s Brexit Credentials
By Hugo Forshaw
11/11/16
The Race for Richmond Park
The Race for Richmond Park
By Zoe Chadwick
26/10/16
The Future of The Scottish Energy Sector
The Future of The Scottish Energy Sector
By Joseph McGregor
24/10/16
Hinkley Point C and the Wider Energy Sector
PLMR's Patrick Cousens discusses the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station and the UK's energy sector
By Patrick Cousens
23/09/16
A Time for Hope:
How to communicate medical breakthroughs
By Joe Mitton
19/09/16
Winds of change for renewable industry?
Rebecca Wakefield on the current state of the renewable energy market
By Rebecca Wakefield
22/08/16
#DebateTech, the new frontier in the London 2016 Mayoral Election
Uche Graves gives his report from the London Mayoralty Debate on London Tech
By Uche Graves
12/02/16
Crop Diversity - Do you know why it’s important?
PLMR's Andrea Sweeney on why we should never forget agriculture when we talk about the environment
By Andrea Sweeney
22/12/15
Lessons from the Climate Change Act augur well for the COP21 in Paris
PLMR's Patrick Cousens on what the UN Conference on Climate Change can learn from the successful introduction of the UK's...
By Patrick Cousens
30/11/15
Sowing the Seeds of Food Security
PLMR and the Crop Trust
By Tim Knight
26/11/15
London 2016: Goldsmith vs. Khan
How might Goldsmith and Khan compare?
By Jonathan Millman
01/10/15
Heathrow or Gatwick? Stagnation, Obviously.
The Government stalls on the future of airport expansion as the Davies Commission backs Heathrow.
By Danny Wilding
01/07/15
London 2016: Goldsmith vs. Khan
How might Goldsmith and Khan compare?
By Jonathan Millman
01/10/15
PLMR’s Queen’s Speech Analysis: Energy, Environment & Resources
Our rundown of energy and environmental legislation over the next Parliament
By Tim Knight
28/05/15
Climate Change: a Centre Right Conversation
By Sammy Naas, a Libyan Communications professional, working in the energy sector. We were delighted to host Sammy for a...
By Sammy Naas
17/06/13
Al Gore: Harnessing Capital Markets for a Sustainable World
As we approach what many anticipate will be the most important budget in years – with the economy remaining in a...
By Rebecca Newsom
19/03/13
Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs): worth the risk?
Geoengineering, or the manipulation of the planetary environment, is one of the ‘Next Big Things’ according to Policy Exchange which...
By Jessica Bridgman
01/03/13
A Tentative Green Light for Low Carbon Investment
As summer finally arrives in London, the heat seems to have affected some more than others. Namely, the Chancellor of...
By Jessica Bridgman
25/07/12