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Irreversible climate change would result from continued inaction

Irreversible climate change would result from continued inaction

in the news Bob Ward  29 October, 2014

A pending U.N. report notes that a lack of fast action to combat global warming will lead to severe impacts read more »


The EU has agreed new emissions targets, but what hope is there for a global climate agreement in 2015?

The EU has agreed new emissions targets, but what hope is there for a global climate agreement in 2015?

in the news Robert Falkner  24 October, 2014

LSE European Politics and Policy Blog, 24 October


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Grantham fellow publishes new book about managing negotiations on key global challenges such as climate change

an announcement featuring Kai Monheim  24 October, 2014

Kai Monheim, Visiting Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute has published a new book which addresses the question of whether multilateral negotiations can foster worldwide cooperation on global challenges. read more »


IPCC lines up for a sixth climate audit as economic costs corrected

IPCC lines up for a sixth climate audit as economic costs corrected

in the news Bob Ward  20 October, 2014

Sydney Morning Herald, 20 October


Environment Secretary Liz Truss under fire over plan to scrap solar farm subsidies

Environment Secretary Liz Truss under fire over plan to scrap solar farm subsidies

in the news Bob Ward  19 October, 2014

Government plan hopes to ensure that more agricultural land is dedicated to crops and food read more »


Folgen der Erwärmung: Uno tilgt Hoffnung aus Klimareport

Folgen der Erwärmung: Uno tilgt Hoffnung aus Klimareport

in the news Bob Ward  18 October, 2014

“Moderater Klimawandel kann förderlich für die Wirtschaft sein” – so stand es bislang im Uno-Klimabericht. Jetzt hat der Klimarat den Satz gestrichen. Seinen eigenen Prognosen traut er allerdings wenig. read more »


IPCC corrects claim suggesting climate change would be good for the economy

IPCC corrects claim suggesting climate change would be good for the economy

in the news Bob Ward  17 October, 2014

Controversial statement, that was based on faulty data taken from a report by economist Richard Tol, has been removed from the final version of the report read more »


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Gothenburg gathering of world’s leading climate researchers

Announcement  16 October, 2014

Some of the world’s most prominent climate researchers are gathering on the 17th and 18th of October at the School of Business Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg to make an inventory of the research needs after the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 5th assessment report read more »


Owen Paterson: fracking would be boon for poorest parts of the UK

Owen Paterson: fracking would be boon for poorest parts of the UK

in the news Nicholas Stern  16 October, 2014

Former environment secretary’s comments ‘a reminder of just how out of touch the Tories are’, says Labour read more »


Owen Paterson’s controversial speech to climate change sceptics looks to be riddled with inaccuracies

Owen Paterson’s controversial speech to climate change sceptics looks to be riddled with inaccuracies

in the news Bob Ward  15 October, 2014

Owen Paterson, until recently the environment secretary, will be speaking to the Global Warming Policy Foundation, a think tank known for its climate change scepticism. Bob Ward looks at what he will say. read more »


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