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Fierce debate about so-called bioresources comes ahead of EU policy on classifying renewable energy
It has fallen to our generation to take responsibility for the planet and here is how to do it
Investments in a zero-carbon economy should boost economic growth
All countries can now build systems at costs no higher than for fossil fuels
Economic taboos are being broken to finance the huge government deficits needed to fight the crisis
Even people with plenty of spare cash cannot go out and spend
Monetary policy is no longer enough to keep the economy on track
The issue is whether governments, industry and consumers are willing to do what is required
Economic recovery has been weak because of a massive growth in leverage
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Martin Wolf and the team discuss Adair Turner’s 2016 work
Former UK regulator joins Evan Greenberg’s expanding insurance empire
Former FSA chairman relinquishing role at specialist lender after only two years
FT columnists offer up their top reads for bringing solace and advice
Industry’s most ardent critic now says P2P lenders could be a ‘stable and secure’ industry sector
Lenders call for ‘urgent’ curbs on fast-growing sector to avoid confusing consumers
The robustness of this fast-growing asset class is yet to be properly tested
Over sea bass and ravioli, the former head of the FSA talks about Brexit, his mistake with the euro and why George Osborne is ‘a bit of a gambler’
Tight discipline would mean people will trust the system enough to spend, writes Adair Turner
Former head of Pensions Commission to put ideas to official review
Charles Holliday will sit on body considering if some fossil fuels should stay in the ground