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Climate sceptics guilty of double standards in condemnation over data

Climate sceptics guilty of double standards in condemnation over data

a commentary by Bob Ward  5 March, 2010

Global warming thinktank has made exactly the kind minor factual error that would have been seized on by sceptics. The Guardian


Climate science in the spotlight may not be such a bad thing

Climate science in the spotlight may not be such a bad thing

a commentary by David Stainforth  12 February, 2010

Dave Stainforth: The recent scandals demonstrate a wide misunderstanding of climate science, and of science more generally the Guardian


Africa should receive urgent funding for adaptation to climate change impacts

Press release  10 February, 2010

Developed countries should focus funds for adaptation to climate change on exposed and vulnerable countries in Africa, and provide 40 per cent more aid to ‘climate-proof’ development, according to two policy papers published on 10 February read more »


A statement from Nicholas Stern on a green investment bank

Press release  2 February, 2010

Nicholas Stern on Green Investment bank idea: “…there are strong arguments for a Green Investment Bank that can provide a public-private partnership to share risk and foster innovation. read more »


Statement from Nicholas Stern on criticism of the IPCC

Press release  31 January, 2010

Statement from Nicholas Stern in response to criticism of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). read more »


Climate change data must be presented clearly

Climate change data must be presented clearly

a commentary by Bob Ward  29 January, 2010

The Times, 29 January 2010 Article no longer available online


‘Disastergate’ is an excuse for IPCC critics to dig up old academic rows

‘Disastergate’ is an excuse for IPCC critics to dig up old academic rows

a commentary by Bob Ward  26 January, 2010

Bob Ward: Attempts to dig up an old academic row in order to create the impression of an IPCC under siege are predictable opportunism the Guardian


A mistake over Himalayan glaciers should not melt our priorities

A mistake over Himalayan glaciers should not melt our priorities

a commentary by Bob Ward  18 January, 2010

Bob Ward: An erroneous report over Himalayan glaciers disappearing in 25 years is regrettable, but the overall picture remains clear the Guardian


Getting a deal on climate change: Obama’s flexible multiculturalism

Getting a deal on climate change: Obama’s flexible multiculturalism

a commentary by Robert Falkner  1 January, 2010

‘It will be as different as night from day’, is how Senator John Kerry described the impact of Barack Obama’s election victory on America’s stance in international climate politics. Kerry … read more »


Statement from Nicholas Stern on Copenhagen

Press release  19 December, 2009

Commenting on the outcome of the United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen, Nicholas Stern… said: “It is disappointing that the Copenhagen climate change conference has not succeeded in producing a political agreement that has been signed by all countries. However, it is very important to note the progress that has been made on the way to, and at, Copenhagen.” read more »


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