Financial Times, 18 December.
A warning against the publication of columns promoting climate change denial.
As the climate change negotiations at COP20 in Lima come to a close, the question of whether the new climate agreement being negotiated should be “internationally legally binding” remains an unresolved point of controversy. read more »
The agreement removes the longstanding division of the world into developed and developing countries and paves way for a model of unity. read more »
A global warming pact has been struck, but now nations must not only meet targets but fund clean development. read more »
Nicholas Stern welcomes the agreement today (14 December 2014) at the 20th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Lima, Peru. read more »
New report recommends responsive cap on emissions to improve climate change policy during recessions and booms
Responsive cap-and-trade systems and carbon taxes can improve climate change policy by allowing higher greenhouse gas emissions during times of economic expansions and lower emissions during recessions, according to a new report read more »
Negotiations about a new international climate change agreement are focusing too much on trying to share the burden of cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report published … read more »
Governments should be ambitious, dynamic and collaborative in their negotiations over a new international agreement on climate change, according to a new report by Nicholas Stern read more »