News & commentaries

Filter news

Page 4 of 180« First...23456...102030...Last »

The Committee on Climate Change at 10: achievements and challenges ahead

a commentary by Sam Fankhauser  1 March, 2018

Sam Fankhauser, who was a founding member of the UK Committee on Climate Change looks back over its achievements and considers the challenges it may face in the coming years. read more »


Why do male climate change ‘sceptics’ have such a problem with women?

Why do male climate change ‘sceptics’ have such a problem with women?

a commentary by Bob Ward  20 February, 2018

On 20 February, the Global Warming Policy Foundation will be launching a new pamphlet at the House of Lords, attacking the mainstream media for not giving more coverage to climate … read more »


Delinking economic growth and CO2 emission is possible

Delinking economic growth and CO2 emission is possible

in the news Arlan Brucal  19 February, 2018

Foreign direct investment can be a channel for the transfer of environmentally-friendly technologies, writes Arlan Brucal in LSE Business Review
read more »


Co-production: aspiration and reality. Co-production sounds lovely, but have we ever seen it?

Co-production: aspiration and reality. Co-production sounds lovely, but have we ever seen it?

in the news Estelle Rouhaud  15 February, 2018

Future Climate for Africa, 12 February


Call for papers for research workshop: ‘Great power responsibility and global environmental protection’ (29-30 June 2018)

Call for papers for research workshop: ‘Great power responsibility and global environmental protection’ (29-30 June 2018)

an announcement featuring Robert Falkner  9 February, 2018

“Great power involves great responsibility” (Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1945) – it has long been recognised that that great powers enjoy special privileges in international relations but also have special responsibilities, … read more »


More flaws in estimates of the economic impacts of climate change

More flaws in estimates of the economic impacts of climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward  7 February, 2018

Viscount Ridley, a self-proclaimed ‘lukewarmer’, has again suffered the embarrassment of promoting a study that concludes global warming is having an overall positive economic impact, only to discover that it … read more »


‘Lukewarmer’ wrong again about climate change impacts

‘Lukewarmer’ wrong again about climate change impacts

a commentary by Bob Ward  5 February, 2018

On 30 January, Viscount Ridley asked the following question during a debate in the House of Lords about climate-related financial disclosures: “Does my noble friend agree that climate-related financial disclosures … read more »


Enabling private sector adaptation to climate change in Sub-Saharan Africa

Enabling private sector adaptation to climate change in Sub-Saharan Africa

in the news Kate Elizabeth Gannon, Florence Crick  3 February, 2018

Advanced Science News, 3 February 2018  


What do people really think about climate change?

In the news  2 February, 2018

Reuters, 2 February 2018



Page 4 of 180« First...23456...102030...Last »