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Sceptical confusion about the carbon cycle

Sceptical confusion about the carbon cycle

a commentary by Bob Ward  21 February, 2011

Self-proclaimed climate change ‘sceptics’ are resorting to desperate measures in their efforts to confuse the public about the causes and consequences of global warming. read more »


Mercer advocates massive institutional shift to climate sensitive assets

In the news  15 February, 2011

responsible-investor.com


Comment on new report about climate change implications for strategic asset allocation

Press release  15 February, 2011

Welcoming the publication today of a new report by Mercer on ‘Climate Change Scenarios – Implications for Strategic Asset Allocation|’, Dr Simon Dietz, Deputy Director, said: “[This report]…is one of the first of its kind, analysing the implications of climate change and climate-change policies for institutional investors”. read more »


Has the impact of ‘Climategate’ worn off?

Has the impact of ‘Climategate’ worn off?

a commentary by Bob Ward  14 February, 2011

A new survey showing how public opinion in Norway has been affected by controversies surrounding climate science may also have important implications for the UK. New Scientist, The S Word


Top climate expert calls for ‘new industrial revolution’

In the news  10 February, 2011

The Parliament This content is no longer available online.


Lord Stern: West must end hesitation over climate change

Lord Stern: West must end hesitation over climate change

in the news Nicholas Stern  9 February, 2011

euobserver.com


More investment needed in UK’s research base

More investment needed in UK’s research base

a commentary by Bob Ward  5 February, 2011

Sir, The closure of Pfizer’s research centre in Kent (Reports, February 2) will deal yet another blow to the UK’s international competitiveness. Financial Times – registration required.


Energy: On the cusp of an ‘industrial revolution’

In the news  4 February, 2011

BBC Radio 4, Today programme This content is no longer available online.


UK carbon tax would do nothing to reduce European-wide greenhouse gas emissions

Press release  4 February, 2011

The introduction of a carbon tax would help the UK meet its greenhouse gas target, but make no difference to emissions of greenhouse gases across Europe, according to research published today. read more »



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