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Ipso proves impotent at curbing the Mail’s climate misinformation

In the news  30 March, 2015

Guardian, 27 March


Next UK government should reform complex energy taxes and depoliticise energy infrastructure investment

Press release  30 March, 2015

The next UK Government after the General Election on 7 May should reform the UK’s overly-complex energy taxation and create new institutions to depoliticise infrastructure investment, particularly in the energy … read more »


New study concludes that claims about ‘green jobs’ cannot yet be assessed by governments

Press release  26 March, 2015

Governments cannot yet evaluate whether ‘green’ policies are creating or destroying jobs due to a lack of data and poor methods, according to a new report. read more »


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Nicholas Stern warns against rigid separation of aid and climate finance

Press release  23 March, 2015

Governments should not create a rigid separation between their overseas aid for supporting development and their financial support to help developing countries tackle climate change, Nicholas Stern has warned in a new policy paper. read more »


Britain’s climate sceptics’ dishonest tactics need to stop

Britain’s climate sceptics’ dishonest tactics need to stop

in the news Bob Ward  20 March, 2015

A New Statesman opinion article by Policy and Communications Director, Bob Ward, argues that lobbying by UK climate change ‘sceptics’, even those with an apparently technical background, is motivated by politics. read more »


Arctic sea ice shrinks to lowest level on record

Arctic sea ice shrinks to lowest level on record

in the news Bob Ward  20 March, 2015

FT, 20 March


Warm weather sees Arctic sea ice shrink to lowest levels

Warm weather sees Arctic sea ice shrink to lowest levels

in the news Bob Ward  20 March, 2015

The Times, 20 March


Arctic sea ice hits record low: US monitor

Arctic sea ice hits record low: US monitor

in the news Bob Ward  20 March, 2015

Times of India, 20 March


Letters from Sendai – No 5: New disaster risk reduction framework agreed

Letters from Sendai – No 5: New disaster risk reduction framework agreed

a commentary by Swenja Surminski  20 March, 2015

The United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR) has just concluded in Sendai, Japan. Swenja Surminski reports on the final agreement. read more »


Arctic sea ice extent hits record low for winter

Arctic sea ice extent hits record low for winter

in the news Bob Ward  19 March, 2015

Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean has fallen to the lowest recorded level for the winter season, according to US scientists. BBC News, 19 March read more »


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