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Green groups condemn Budget’s oil tax breaks

Green groups condemn Budget’s oil tax breaks

in the news Sam Fankhauser  5 April, 2016

BBC, 16 March


Aiming low

Aiming low

in the news Fergus Green, Nicholas Stern  5 April, 2016

Economist, 12 March


New study estimates global warming of 2.5 centigrade degrees by 2100 would put at risk trillions of dollars of world’s financial assets

Press release  4 April, 2016

An average of US$2.5 trillion, or 1.8 per cent, of the world’s financial assets would be at risk from the impacts of climate change if global mean surface temperature rises … read more »



UK Government should not have been surprised by this winter’s flooding

Press release  24 March, 2016

The UK is in urgent need of a national flood risk management strategy and devastating floods, such as those experienced in the north of England this winter, should not come … read more »


Beyond peak coal? The new outlook for China’s carbon emissions

Beyond peak coal? The new outlook for China’s carbon emissions

a commentary by Fergus Green  21 March, 2016

Fergus Green discusses new research argues that rapid growth in China’s carbon dioxide emissions is a thing of the past. read more »


Enhance video interview with Swenja Surminski, London School of Economics

Enhance video interview with Swenja Surminski, London School of Economics

in the news Swenja Surminski  18 March, 2016

Enhance video interview with Swenja Surminski, London School of Economics from Arctik sprl on Vimeo.


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