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The economists’ manifesto

The economists’ manifesto

in the news Nicholas Stern  20 April, 2015

If Britain’s top economists were in charge, what policies would they implement? Includes contribution from Nicholas Stern. read more »


March global temperatures set new highs, US agency NOAA says

March global temperatures set new highs, US agency NOAA says

in the news Nicholas Stern  18 April, 2015

Global temperatures continued to climb last month, with combined land and sea-surface temperatures setting fresh records amid prospects of more to come as El Nino conditions form in the Pacific, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said. read more »


Compact and connected cities cost less and best for reducing carbon footprint

In the news  17 April, 2015

Times of India, 17 April


Pourquoi l’investissement socialement responsable est rentable

Pourquoi l’investissement socialement responsable est rentable

in the news Nicholas Stern  14 April, 2015

Yahoo Finance France, 14 April


Take a deep breath

Take a deep breath

in the news Nicholas Stern  10 April, 2015

Rajat Kathuria (of the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations) and Lord Stern argue that India is at a crossroads and can either continue down the carbon-intensive development agenda with huge health implications, or reap the economic benefits of low-carbon growth that could lead to healthy, liveable cities, free from the toxic smog that now envelops them. read more »


Can the world economy survive without fossil fuels?

Can the world economy survive without fossil fuels?

in the news Nicholas Stern, Michael Jacobs  8 April, 2015

Guardian Economics Editor, Larry Elliott, looks at how the world can move away from fossil fuels without sacrificing economic growth. Inlcludes inputs from Nicholas Stern, Michael Jacobs, Dieter Helm and others. read more »


US pledges emissions cuts of up to 28% ahead of global climate treaty

US pledges emissions cuts of up to 28% ahead of global climate treaty

in the news Bob Ward  31 March, 2015

US confirms greenhouse gas emissions cuts proposals that will be ‘very tough’ to change, boosting prospects for a global climate change agreement at talks in Paris in December read more »




Britain’s leading private university ‘becoming a mouthpiece for fossil-fuel industry’

In the news  30 March, 2015

The University of Buckingham has appointed an anti-windfarm campaigner to set up a new energy institute read more »


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