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Comment on increasing household energy bills

Press release  1 August, 2017

Responding to speculation today about the cost of energy, Bob Ward, policy and communications director at the ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy and the Grantham Research Institute … read more »


Michael Gove MP

The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs should prioritise UK climate resilience

a commentary by Bob Ward, Victoria Druce  31 July, 2017

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), with Michael Gove MP at the helm, must focus on building the UK’s resilience to growing risks from climate impacts. Climate … read more »


Update on complaint about ‘The Times’

a commentary by Bob Ward  27 July, 2017

The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has today published a disappointing, but not surprising, decision about a number of inaccurate and misleading statements in a column published in ‘The Times’ … read more »


Lessons from Paris 2015: In multilateral negotiations, process is key

Lessons from Paris 2015: In multilateral negotiations, process is key

in the news Kai Monheim  26 July, 2017

Effective negotiation management enhances cooperation and increases the chances of success, writes Kai Monheim read more »


High risk of unprecedented UK rainfall in the current climate

Press release  24 July, 2017

Commenting on the publication today (Monday 24 July) of a paper on ‘High risk of unprecedented UK rainfall in the current climate’ in the journal ‘Nature Communications’, Bob Ward, policy … read more »


Nicholas Stern

Lord Stern comments on new Centre for Global Disaster Protection

Press release  20 July, 2017

Commenting on the announcement today (20 July 2017), by the UK Government’s Department for International Development, of further details about the new Centre for Global Disaster Protection, Professor Lord Nicholas … read more »


California’s leadership on climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward  17 July, 2017

Later today, California’s Senate will vote on new laws to tackle climate change, including an extension to its successful cap-and-trade programme until 2030. It is expected to be a close … read more »


Good chance Trump won’t end up withdrawing from Paris

Good chance Trump won’t end up withdrawing from Paris

in the news Bob Ward  7 July, 2017

CNBC, 7 July 2017


Nicholas Stern speaks at pre-G20 event in Hamburg

Nicholas Stern speaks at pre-G20 event in Hamburg

an announcement featuring Nicholas Stern  6 July, 2017

Professor Lord Nicholas Stern, Chair of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment spoke at the F20 event in Hamburg on 4th July 2017. The focus of … read more »


Trump to be odd man out amid climate talks at G20 summit

Trump to be odd man out amid climate talks at G20 summit

in the news Bob Ward  3 July, 2017

The Hill, 2 July 2017


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