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How many green jobs are there in the US?

How many green jobs are there in the US?

a commentary by Karlygash Kuralbayeva  9 May, 2018

According to a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency there are 10.3 million renewable energy jobs globally  – a 5.3 % increase since 2017. The latest report on … read more »


The public supports UK climate leadership

a commentary by Sam Fankhauser  1 May, 2018

Sam Fankhauser reflects on public support for the UK’s political leadership on climate change. He goes on to consider the track record of the Conservative Party whilst in government over the past 8 years. read more »


Royal Society journal publishes themed issue on risk assessment and climate change adaptation policy

Royal Society journal publishes themed issue on risk assessment and climate change adaptation policy

an announcement featuring Swenja Surminski, Declan Conway  30 April, 2018

Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society A has published a themed issue on ‘Advances in risk assessment for climate change adaptation policy’. This was compiled and edited by W Neil … read more »


New study reveals all countries that have signed or ratified the Paris Agreement have at least one national law or policy on climate change

Press release  30 April, 2018

All of the 197 countries, nations and territories that have signed or ratified the Paris Agreement now have at least one national law or policy on climate change, according to … read more »


‘The Mail on Sunday’ admits publishing more fake news about climate change

‘The Mail on Sunday’ admits publishing more fake news about climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward  22 April, 2018

Bob Ward reflects on statement by the Mail on Sunday’s which concedes that news stories by its reporter David Rose, published on 12 and 19 February 2017, were inaccurate and misleading, in breach of the Editors’ Code of Practice. read more »


British newspaper admits publishing more fake news about US climate research

Press release  22 April, 2018

‘The Mail on Sunday’ newspaper has today (22 April 2018) published a statement in its print edition admitting that two articles about climate change it published in February 2017 were fake news. read more »


Why being right is not enough for climate researchers

a commentary by Bob Ward  20 April, 2018

Climate change researchers need to improve their public debating skills. That was my take-away message for the audience last week at a special event on ‘Exploring Science Denialism in HIV/AIDS, … read more »


Interview with Nicholas Stern at the at the China Development Forum

Interview with Nicholas Stern at the at the China Development Forum

in the news Nicholas Stern  3 April, 2018

Xinhua China Fortune Media Group, 3 April 2018


UK climate legislation must be more closely aligned with Paris Agreement by 2020

Press release  30 March, 2018

The UK’s climate change legislation should include a ‘net zero’ emissions target to more strongly align it by 2020 with the Paris Agreement, according to a report published today (30 … read more »


Paper wins International Studies Association English School Section Outstanding Research Paper Award

Paper wins International Studies Association English School Section Outstanding Research Paper Award

an announcement featuring Robert Falkner  15 March, 2018

Dr Robert Falkner has won an award for a paper he co-authored with Professor Barry Buzan. Their paper ‘The Emergence of Environmental Stewardship as a Primary Institution of Global International … read more »


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