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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

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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


The real green new deal

The real green new deal

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  22 September, 2009

Tony Blair and Nicholas Stern: The future is bright for the world’s economies to go low-carbon – but only if we act together and support developing countries the Guardian


Lord Stern outlines plan to break deadlock

Press release  21 September, 2009

A plan to overcome obstacles to an international agreement on climate change was today outlined by Nicholas Stern… The paper presents a new approach to setting strong but achievable targets for reductions in emissions of greenhouse gases, which take into account future economic growth in developing countries. read more »


People power is crucial to making Copenhagen a success

People power is crucial to making Copenhagen a success

a commentary by Bob Ward  10 September, 2009

Bob Ward: A huge show of popular support should empower our political leaders to reach a wise and visionary agreement in Copenhagen the Guardian


EU power struggle threatens climate change agreement

EU power struggle threatens climate change agreement

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  20 July, 2009

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The time is approaching for India to take a lead on climate change

The time is approaching for India to take a lead on climate change

a commentary by Nicholas Stern  20 July, 2009

India has been viewed by many, in my view unfairly, as an obstacle to progress. Now is the time for India to move into the lead on international discussions. The … read more »


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