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Britain’s energy dilemma: if not nuclear power, then what?

Britain’s energy dilemma: if not nuclear power, then what?

in the news Bob Ward  30 July, 2016

Observer, 30 July



Trump’s laughable climate change claims

Trump’s laughable climate change claims

in the news Bob Ward  29 July, 2016

The Hill, 29 July


Heat waves, productivity, and the urban economy: What are the costs?

a commentary by Hélia Costa  29 July, 2016

Increasingly hot summers can have devastating effects on worker productivity. As temperatures increase, workers feel decreased energy, loss of concentration, muscle cramps, heat rash, and in extreme cases heat exhaustion … read more »


Infrastructure ‘still faces flood risk’

Infrastructure ‘still faces flood risk’

in the news Swenja Surminski  20 July, 2016

BBC, 20 July


Departmental merger need not damage climate fight

Departmental merger need not damage climate fight

in the news Nicholas Stern  19 July, 2016

Financial Times, 19 July


Why the end of DECC could be good news on climate change

a commentary by Sam Fankhauser  18 July, 2016

What does the creation of a new Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) mean for climate change policy? The move has variously been described as the abolition of … read more »


Do higher energy prices affect international trade?

Do higher energy prices affect international trade?

in the news Misato Sato, Antoine Dechezleprêtre  18 July, 2016

UK Data Service – Case Study, 18 July 2016


LSE Professor expects strong progress on climate change to continue following Cabinet reshuffle

Press release  14 July, 2016

Responding to the announcements today by 10 Downing Street about the new Cabinet, Professor Sam Fankhauser, Co-Director of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the … read more »



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