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Jillian Ambrose
Energy Editor Daily Telegraph | Sunday Telegraph | Get in touch: jillian.ambrose@telegraph.co.uk
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Jillian Ambrose May 17
Why the Guardian is changing the language it uses about the environment, by “The phrase ‘climate change’, for example, sounds rather passive and gentle when what scientists are talking about is a catastrophe for humanity.”
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Jillian Ambrose May 15
Replying to @Ed_Matthew1
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Jillian Ambrose May 15
ICYMI, here is David Attenborough's column for yesterday's Daily Telegraph We need an urgent global response to the plague of plastic via
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Jillian Ambrose May 15
It is worth a read - the analysis is based on IEA data
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Jillian Ambrose May 15
YES. If you read one thing today let it be this: investors appear to be counting on a steeper decline in fossil fuels than many policymakers dare to expect...
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Jillian Ambrose May 14
Energy bosses hoping for a loophole in Corbyn's nationalisation pledge will be disappointed: Labour is out to take it all in what could prove to be the biggest energy shakeup of a generation
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Jillian Ambrose May 14
SCOOP: Leaked Labour documents reveal Jeremy Corbyn's plan to target National Grid in sweeping energy network nationalisation plans via
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Jillian Ambrose May 13
Ha! I think you would be very hard-pressed to find any UK energy journalist with more credibility - and painstaking accuracy - than Emily. But that did give me a good chuckle, Matthew, thank you
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Jillian Ambrose May 11
Replying to @JonathanWaxman1
I am so anti-troll I missed that
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Jillian Ambrose May 11
Replying to @JonathanWaxman1
😐 I definitely didn’t mean to troll; just a gentle/jokey dig at a piece which seems pretty retro to me, no harm meant
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Jillian Ambrose May 11
Replying to @antheap @jaimeconcha
Oh, I wouldn't want to, trust me.
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Jillian Ambrose May 11
Replying to @antheap @jaimeconcha
Wait what. I *really* don't think this is what most would consider geopolitical instability, Anthea.
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Jillian Ambrose May 11
Replying to @Padsky @jaimeconcha
The "coal v gas debate" is non-starter for me. It's 2019. This is not up for debate in the UK. And there are SO many more pressing discussions still to be had.
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Jillian Ambrose May 11
If anyone’s misplaced a coal-lobby memo from 2011, I think I found it 👇
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Jillian Ambrose May 9
Replying to @ELPinchbeck @BBCNews
Exactly the point made in the first 13 seconds of this report. If, like me, you’ve already committed to future flights it has a few points worth hearing I think. ✈️ Have a lovely time off!
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Jillian Ambrose May 2
Replying to @OilSheppard
Burgers by the barrel 😋
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Jillian Ambrose May 1
Replying to @EdVanDerWalt @NandosSA
Ah, sorry, that makes much more sense I had assumed the graph showed consumption without reading. Journalism's loss would be the chicken industry's gain....
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Jillian Ambrose May 1
Replying to @EdVanDerWalt @NandosSA
Iraq and KSA have smaller population sizes though, right? I would not want to be a chicken in the Middle East....
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Jillian Ambrose May 1
A great read on the Guardian, and newspaper industry more broadly “No title in our age is out of the woods. The woods are home.”
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