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Why are some British newspapers still denying climate change?

in the news Bob Ward  25 January, 2016

Bob Ward, Director of Policy and Communications, says editors of the Mail, Express, Times, Sun and Telegraph should put the interests of their readers first by reporting the real facts about global warming. read more »


Stern: Paris Opened Door on Climate Change

Stern: Paris Opened Door on Climate Change

in the news Nicholas Stern  22 January, 2016

Nicholas Stern discusses the Paris climate agreement, the impact of oil price shocks & China on Bloomberg Surveillance. read more »


Consulting: Energy & Economics

Consulting: Energy & Economics

an announcement featuring Stefania Lovo  22 January, 2016

Tuesday, February 9th, 6.15pm – 8pm LSE Campus, TW1.G.01 Stefania Lovo will be hosting the first ever collaboration between the LSE Student Union Energy and Economics Societies’ at this panel … read more »



Air pollution now a public global health emergency: WHO

Air pollution now a public global health emergency: WHO

in the news Nicholas Stern  21 January, 2016

Hindustan Times, 18 January


Davos: A rough guide to the World Economic Forum

Davos: A rough guide to the World Economic Forum

in the news Nicholas Stern  21 January, 2016

BBC, 20 January


Letters: Better to cut CO2 than complain about Paris deal

Letters: Better to cut CO2 than complain about Paris deal

in the news Bob Ward  21 January, 2016

Independent, 11 January


COP 21, le ballon a crevé, par Olivier Postel-Vinay

COP 21, le ballon a crevé, par Olivier Postel-Vinay

in the news Nicholas Stern  21 January, 2016

Liberation, 12 January




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