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Guardian Daily: The road to Copenhagen

Guardian Daily: The road to Copenhagen

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  20 November, 2009

George Monbiot, Nicholas Stern and Greg Clark contribute to our discussion on the need to reach a deal at next month’s crucial climate change summit in Copenhagen the GuardianCopenhagen Accord


Climate change debate and the non-believers

Climate change debate and the non-believers

a commentary by Bob Ward  17 November, 2009

The Times, 17 November 2009. Online article no longer available.


European Union should give big push on finance and targets for climate change treaty, says Lord Nicholas Stern

Press release  4 November, 2009

The European Union should continue its leadership on climate change, following progress by leaders at last week’s European Council, by giving a big push to negotiations ahead of the crucial United Nations conference in Copenhagen, Nicholas Stern will tell an audience in Berlin today. read more »


Lord Stern responds to front page story in ‘The Times’

Press release  27 October, 2009

“The headline and opening paragraphs of the front page story in ‘The Times’ today give undue prominence to comments I made to them yesterday about the greenhouse gases that are emitted by different types of food production. I think that once people understand the great risks that climate change poses, they will naturally want to choose products and services that cause little or no emissions of greenhouse gases, which means ‘low-carbon consumption’.” read more »


Lord Stern calls for UK Parliamentarians to raise the profile of international negotiations on climate change treaty

Press release  27 October, 2009

“The headline and opening paragraphs of the front page story in ‘The Times’ today give undue prominence to comments I made to them yesterday about the greenhouse gases that are emitted by different types of food production. I think that once people understand the great risks that climate change poses, they will naturally want to choose products and services that cause little or no emissions of greenhouse gases, which means ‘low-carbon consumption’.” read more »


Our low-carbon future

Our low-carbon future

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  21 October, 2009

Efforts to curb climate change and help the poor are inextricably entwined, writes the author of a landmark report on the economics of climate change. European Voice


The world’s future is being decided this weekend

The world’s future is being decided this weekend

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  18 October, 2009

Nicholas Stern: We must agree to halt deforestation and curtail air travel now if the Copenhagen summit is to succeed the Guardian


Vital that US and Europe cut emissions too

Vital that US and Europe cut emissions too

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  25 September, 2009

Financial Times – registration is required.


China and India are leading the way. Yes, I’m optimistic

China and India are leading the way. Yes, I’m optimistic

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  23 September, 2009

Nicholas Stern: This week’s summit on climate change offered cause for confidence. But all nations now need to redouble their efforts the Guardian


Lord Stern suggests new way out of Copenhagen deadlock – Telegraph

Lord Stern suggests new way out of Copenhagen deadlock – Telegraph

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  22 September, 2009

Lord Stern, the former World Bank economist, outlines his plan to break the deadlock over climate change negotiations ahead of a key United Nations summit in Copenhagen. Telegraph.co.uk


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