22nd Sep 2015

Pushing coal at all costs is a weak spot of the new Polish energy plan

You can’t disagree with the Polish government: Poland needs a sustainable energy system, which will boost the national economy and fully serve the needs of Polish people and business. Unfortunately, ...

15th Sep 2015

New Climate Tracker App launches in UK Parliament

Last week we released our new smartphone app with an event at the House of Lords. The app showcases three important numbers: the carbon intensity of UK electricity; the EU ...

11th Sep 2015

Putting CO2 into the circular economy

Last week, Sandbag submitted its response to the Commission’s Consultation on the Circular Economy, drawing attention to the understated potential of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and mineralisation technologies ...

Sandbag is recognised as a top global climate think-tank

  • Sandbag ... strikes a balance between underlining the merits of the EU ETS and criticising the weaknesses.
    - Connie Hedegaard, European Commissioner for Climate Action, speaking at the launch of Sandbag's "Buckle Up!" report in the European Parliament
  • Sandbag is playing a crucial role in making sure that Europe's cornerstone climate policy actually does its job.
    - Caroline Lucas, MP
  • An inspirational idea that promises to make a real and positive difference... and a wonderful opportunity to help sort out the climate mess we've all created.
    - Prof. Chris Turney, University of Exeter and author of Ice, Mud and Blood: Lessons from Climates Past
  • It just seems to be a campaign that gets right in there with how big companies work, beating them at their own game, rather than standing by spouting platitudes, wringing hands and doing nothing. Keep up the good work!
    - Sandbag supporter
  • Probably the most creative anti-climate change website around.
    - Alok Jha, The Guardian ( listen to the podcast)
  • I am a graduate student researching EU foreign policy on climate change. Sandbag has been the only source that has been able to bring a degree of transparency to the ETS.
    - sandbag supporter
  • Here at last is a way to really keep carbon out of the atmosphere - by buying pollution credits on the European market and destroying them. I wholeheartedly support this initiative, and the vital linked campaign to get the European carbon cap tightened up.
    - Mark Lynas, New Statesman environment correspondent and author of Six Degrees,
  • I consider your offset map to be a massive step forward in transparency in carbon markets, and a wholly positive development.
    - sandbag supporter
  • What I like most about Sandbag is that a group of brilliant people are working on what matters rather than just what is visible or easy to engage with.
    - sandbag supporter

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