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Charles Moore praises Trump using misinformation about energy

Charles Moore praises Trump using misinformation about energy

a commentary by Bob Ward  3 June, 2018

An ode to Donald Trump published yesterday (2 June 2018) in ‘The Daily Telegraph’ praises his policy of inaction on climate change, but is riddled with inaccurate and misleading claims. … read more »


First ever EU-wide climate court case asks for more ambition in cutting emissions

a commentary by Joana Setzer  30 May, 2018

Last week families from across the EU launched the first strategic climate court case against the European Union (EU). Some European governments have already been challenged in court on their … read more »


The public supports UK climate leadership

a commentary by Sam Fankhauser  1 May, 2018

Sam Fankhauser reflects on public support for the UK’s political leadership on climate change. He goes on to consider the track record of the Conservative Party whilst in government over the past 8 years. read more »


New study reveals all countries that have signed or ratified the Paris Agreement have at least one national law or policy on climate change

Press release  30 April, 2018

All of the 197 countries, nations and territories that have signed or ratified the Paris Agreement now have at least one national law or policy on climate change, according to … read more »


Interview with Nicholas Stern at the at the China Development Forum

Interview with Nicholas Stern at the at the China Development Forum

in the news Nicholas Stern  3 April, 2018

Xinhua China Fortune Media Group, 3 April 2018


UK climate legislation must be more closely aligned with Paris Agreement by 2020

Press release  30 March, 2018

The UK’s climate change legislation should include a ‘net zero’ emissions target to more strongly align it by 2020 with the Paris Agreement, according to a report published today (30 … read more »


Paper wins International Studies Association English School Section Outstanding Research Paper Award

Paper wins International Studies Association English School Section Outstanding Research Paper Award

an announcement featuring Robert Falkner  15 March, 2018

Dr Robert Falkner has won an award for a paper he co-authored with Professor Barry Buzan. Their paper ‘The Emergence of Environmental Stewardship as a Primary Institution of Global International … read more »


The Committee on Climate Change at 10: achievements and challenges ahead

a commentary by Sam Fankhauser  1 March, 2018

Sam Fankhauser, who was a founding member of the UK Committee on Climate Change looks back over its achievements and considers the challenges it may face in the coming years. read more »


Call for papers for research workshop: ‘Great power responsibility and global environmental protection’ (29-30 June 2018)

Call for papers for research workshop: ‘Great power responsibility and global environmental protection’ (29-30 June 2018)

an announcement featuring Robert Falkner  9 February, 2018

“Great power involves great responsibility” (Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1945) – it has long been recognised that that great powers enjoy special privileges in international relations but also have special responsibilities, … read more »


New projections confirm Clean Growth Strategy cannot currently achieve Carbon Budgets

New projections confirm Clean Growth Strategy cannot currently achieve Carbon Budgets

a commentary by Bob Ward  4 January, 2018

The UK Government has this week released new projections which confirm that its Clean Growth Strategy cannot currently achieve the Fourth and Fifth Carbon Budgets through reductions in domestic annual emissions of greenhouse gases between 2023 and 2032. read more »


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