Tom Bawden

Tom Bawden is Energy and Resources Correspondent for The Independent and Evening Standard.

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Free cleans her daughter, Rosie, at the squatter camp established in June 2012 – they may have to up sticks

Eco-warriors facing eviction at Runnymede call on landowners to put them up amid plans to spread similar communities across region

Close to the spot where the Queen will mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta,  a new battle over rights is underway

General Election 2015: Academics call on parties to set out plans to evacuate cities and move to a fossil fuel-free economy

They slammed politicians for ignoring climate change during election campaigning

Environmental protestors outside the BP AGM at the Excel Centre

BP shareholders back motion for company to be more transparent about climate policy

Some 98 per cent of investors voted for the climate change resolution

A capped oil well sits in a container at Horse Hill well, the centre of last week's discovery

Gatwick oil discovery: UKOG issues climbdown as black gold boom 'sounds too good to be true'

The small oil company involved was forced by the London Stock Exchange to make revised predictions

Capsules would be powered by electricity, producing magnetic fields that propel them along the pipe

Forget drones, think moles: the subterranean delivery network

The capsules would be powered by electricity, producing magnetic fields that propel them along the pipe

A semi-submersible rig in the Darwin East prospect, part of the South Falkland basin

Tensions ease as oil explorer shelves Falklands drilling plans

FOGL said it would continue drilling in other parts of the region

Taiwanese investigators uncovered more than 100 radioactive food products which had been produced in Fukushima but falsely packaged to give their origin as Tokyo

Food from Fukushima could be hitting Britain's shelves through legal safety loophole

Products contaminated by radiation, including tea, noodles and chocolate bars, have already been exported from Japan

Lord Cavendish, a former energy minister, claims to have built Britain’s first wind farm

Tory wind farm pioneer Lord Cavendish revealed to be anti-global warming donor

It has been confirmed that he is a donor to Lord Lawson’s Global Warming Policy Foundation

Otis Ferry, son of Bryan Ferry, is a pro-hunt activist who once disrupted Parliament

Otis Ferry fails to pay thousands promised after civil assault of two women... even after bailiffs allegedly visit house

The deadline for the payment was more than a year ago, but neither the victims or their solicitors, Howe & Co, has received any money

Researchers believe the remote area may be home to other unknown animal species

New monkey discovered by scientists - who noticed its unique penis

The white-cheeked macaque is distinguishable from the other four macaque species by its rounded glans penis

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Why the cost of parenting has become so expensive

Why the cost of parenting has become so expensive

Today's pre-school child costs £35,000, according to Aviva. And that's but the tip of an iceberg, says DJ Taylor
Fifa corruption: The 161-page dossier that exposes the organisation's dark heart

The 161-page dossier that exposes Fifa's dark heart

How did a group of corrupt officials turn football’s governing body into what was, in essence, a criminal enterprise? Chris Green and David Connett reveal all
Mediterranean migrant crisis: 'If Europe thinks bombing boats will stop smuggling, it will not. We will defend ourselves,' says Tripoli PM

Exclusive interview with Tripoli PM Khalifa al-Ghweil

'If Europe thinks bombing boats will stop smuggling, it will not. We will defend ourselves'
Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles: How the author foretold the Californian water crisis

Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles

How the author foretold the Californian water crisis
Chinese artist who posted funny image of President Xi Jinping facing five years in prison as authorities crackdown on dissent in the arts

Art attack

Chinese artist who posted funny image of President Xi Jinping facing five years in prison
Marc Jacobs is putting Cher in the limelight as the face of his latest campaign

Cher is the new face of Marc Jacobs

Alexander Fury explains why designers are turning to august stars to front their lines
Parents of six-year-old who beat leukaemia plan to climb Ben Nevis for cancer charity

'I'm climbing Ben Nevis for my daughter'

Karen Attwood's young daughter Yasmin beat cancer. Now her family is about to take on a new challenge - scaling Ben Nevis to help other children
10 best wedding gift ideas

It's that time of year again... 10 best wedding gift ideas

Forget that fancy toaster, we've gone off-list to find memorable gifts that will last a lifetime
Paul Scholes column: With the Premier League over for another year, here are my end of season awards

Paul Scholes column

With the Premier League over for another year, here are my end of season awards
Heysel disaster 30th anniversary: Liverpool have seen too much tragedy to forget fateful day in Belgium

Liverpool have seen too much tragedy to forget Heysel

Thirty years ago, 39 fans waiting to watch a European Cup final died as a result of a fatal cocktail of circumstances. Ian Herbert looks at how a club dealt with this tragedy
Amir Khan vs Chris Algieri: Khan’s audition for Floyd Mayweather may turn into a no-win situation, says Frank Warren

Khan’s audition for Mayweather may turn into a no-win situation

The Bolton fighter could be damned if he dazzles and damned if he doesn’t against Algieri, the man last seen being decked six times by Pacquiao, says Frank Warren
Blundering Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him

Blundering Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him

For Arabs – and for Britons who lost their loved ones in his shambolic war in Iraq – his appointment was an insult, says Robert Fisk
Fifa corruption arrests: All hail the Feds for riding to football's rescue

Fifa corruption arrests

All hail the Feds for riding to football's rescue, says Ian Herbert
Isis in Syria: The Kurdish enclave still resisting the tyranny of President Assad and militant fighters

The Kurdish enclave still resisting the tyranny of Assad and Isis

In Syrian Kurdish cantons along the Turkish border, the progressive aims of the 2011 uprising are being enacted despite the war. Patrick Cockburn returns to Amuda
How I survived Cambodia's Killing Fields: Acclaimed surgeon SreyRam Kuy celebrates her mother's determination to escape the US

How I survived Cambodia's Killing Fields

Acclaimed surgeon SreyRam Kuy celebrates her mother's determination to escape to the US