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Study finds no evidence that climate change policies are harming the UK’s competitiveness

Press release  10 May, 2016

The proposed Fifth Carbon Budget, which will set a greenhouse gas emissions target for 2030, would not harm the UK’s competitiveness, and could even help deliver long-term economic growth, according to a new report by the Grantham Research Institute. read more »


Sovereign funds ignore climate risk

Sovereign funds ignore climate risk

in the news Simon Dietz, Alex Bowen  1 May, 2016

Financial Times, 1 May



Nicholas Stern

Nicholas Stern urges world leaders to invest in sustainable infrastructure during signing ceremony for Paris Agreement on climate change

Press release  22 April, 2016

Nicholas Stern will urge world leaders to strongly expand investment in infrastructure but ensure that it is all sustainable, in a speech in New York today (22 April 2016) at … read more »



Government forced to back down on plan to gag academics and scientists

Government forced to back down on plan to gag academics and scientists

in the news Bob Ward  19 April, 2016

Independent, 19 April


Victory for university researchers as Government exempts them from new ‘anti-lobbying’ rule

Press release  19 April, 2016

In response to the announcement today (19 April 2016) that the UK Government intends university research grants to be exempt from a new ‘anti-lobbying’ clause, Bob Ward, the policy and … read more »


Boaty McBoatface may not be name of new polar research vessel

Boaty McBoatface may not be name of new polar research vessel

in the news Bob Ward  18 April, 2016

Guardian, 18 April


Within the EU, Britain can take the lead on tackling climate change

Within the EU, Britain can take the lead on tackling climate change

in the news Michael Jacobs  18 April, 2016

Guardian, 18 April 2016


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