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‘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



Edie Sustainability Leaders Awards 2018: Employee Engagement and Behaviour Change: Virgin Alantic

In the news  31 January, 2018

Virgin Atlantic pilots teamed up with academics at the London School of Economics and the University of Chicago to come up with a new approach to delivering fuel and carbon … read more »


President Trump’s fake news about climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward  30 January, 2018

President Trump again demonstrated that he is a major source of fake news about climate change. In an interview with Piers Morgan President Trump’s answers revealed the very deep level of his ignorance. read more »


Sunday Telegraph column full of unchecked errors on US winter temperatures

Sunday Telegraph column full of unchecked errors on US winter temperatures

a commentary by Bob Ward  23 January, 2018

The Sunday Telegraph’ publish a column full of unchecked errors – showing how climate change deniers exploit weak editorial standards and mislead readers. read more »


Green mortgages should be climate resilient as well as energy efficient

a commentary by Sini Matikainen  19 January, 2018

In December 2017, the Vice President of the European Commission announced that the Commission is considering loosening financial regulation for sustainable financial products with the aim of boosting green investment. … read more »


2017 record temperature ‘should focus the minds of world leaders’ on ‘scale and urgency’ of the risks of climate change

Press release  18 January, 2018

Commenting on the publication of global temperature figures for 2017 Bob Ward, policy and communications director at the ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy and the Grantham Research … read more »


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What are green mortgages and could they increase the energy efficiency of UK homes?

a commentary by Sini Matikainen  17 January, 2018

The Government’s Clean Growth Strategy included plans to use green mortgages to incentivise people to make their homes more energy efficient but what are green mortgages and what evidence is there that they work? read more »


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