Media articles from 2009

Articles published in the media in 2009 by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, in order of most recent. 

For more information on the authors of these articles, please see our 'Who's who|' section of the website.


The rich, the poor and the planet| 
Nicholas Stern, LSE Connect, Winter 2009

Copenhagen climate change summit: We should not just keep calm and carry on, argues Bob Ward from the London School of Economics|
Bob Ward, Daily Mail, 11 December

Ian Plimer's uncritical coverage in the hacked emails row is frustrating|
Bob Ward, The Guardian, 8 December

Business must champion low-carbon growth|
Nicholas Stern, Financial Times  (free registration is required), 7 December

If it warms up, who's going to pay?|
Samuel Fankhauser, The Wall Street Journal, 6 December

Climate change denial is the new article of faith for the far right|
Bob Ward, The Guardian, 2 December


Copenhagen climate conference: emission impossible|
Nicholas Stern, The Guardian, 30 November

This climate email-hacking episode is generating more heat than light|
Bob Ward, The Guardian, 20 November

The road to Copenhagen|
Nicholas Stern, The Guardian (podcast), 20 November

Climate change debate and the non-believers|
Bob Ward, The Times (letter), 17 November


Our low-carbon future|
Nicholas Stern, European Voice (registration is required), 21 October

The world's future is being decided this weekend|
Nicholas Stern, The Observer, 18 October


Vital that US and Europe cut emissions, too|
Nicholas Stern, Financial Times (letter; free registration is required), 25 September

China and India are leading the way. Yes, I'm optimistic|
Nicholas Stern, The Guardian, 23 September

Lord Stern suggests new way out of deadlock|
Nicholas Stern, The Daily Telegraph, 22 September

The real green new deal|
Tony Blair and Nicholas Stern, The Guardian, 22 September

People power is crucial to making Copenhagen a success|
Bob Ward, The Guardian, 10 September


Heaven and Earth by Ian Plimer|
Bob Ward, The Times, 22 August


The time is approaching for India to take a lead on climate change|
Nicholas Stern, The Independent, 20 July

EU power struggle threatens climate change agreement|
Nicholas Stern, Financial Times (letter; free registration is required), 20 July

Why ExxonMobil must be taken to task over climate denial funding|
Bob Ward, The Guardian, 1 July


Why global warming could make or break south-east Asia|
Nicholas Stern and Haruhiko Kuroda, The Guardian, 5 May


Tiny steps in a marathon|
Nicholas Stern, Alex Bowen and Sam Fankhauser, The Guardian, 24 April

Nicholas Stern's Blueprint for a Safer Planet lecture at the London School of Economics|
Nicholas Stern, The Guardian (podcast), 23 April

Nicholas Stern's reaction to green budget measures|
Nicholas Stern, The Guardian (environment blog), 22 April

Enough green talk. Now make it happen|
Nicholas Stern, The Times, 21 April


The point of no return|
Nicholas Stern, The Guardian, 30 March

Low-carbon growth: the only sustainable way to overcome world poverty|
Nicholas Stern, World Bank  (blog), 24 March

The world needs an unbiased risk assessor|
Nicholas Stern, Financial Times  (free registration is required), 24 March

Obama's chance to lead the green recovery|
Joseph Stiglitz and Nicholas Stern, Financial Times  (free registration is required), 2 March


Opportunities that are too good to miss|
Nicholas Stern and Alex Bowen, The Guardian, 24 February


LSE shops use cut in VAT to boost green sales|
David Grover, Financial Times (letter), 10 January