Risky Business report released

From the Risky Business website.

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John Oliver and climate change

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Dr. John Holdren about National Climate Assessment

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New Obama administration climate change resources

It’s very encouraging to see the work that is now being made available from the Obama administration about climate change.

This week was the release of the National Climate Assessment report.

Climate ‘Big Data’ is becoming available through the US government Data.Gov site.

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Climate Change 2014: Mitigation of Climate Change

The IPCC fifth assessment mitigation report has been released today. You can access it via the following link.

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Years of Living Dangerously Premiere Full Episode

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New IPCC report released March 2014

The latest major report from the IPCC about ‘Climate Change 2014: Impact, Adaption, and Vulnerability’ is now available.

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New Ceres Power website and video

Nice to see the new Ceres Power website, which better reflects the new business strategy the company is adopting. Also, they have spent the time, money and effort to put a high quality video together about what they are doing.

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A Discussion on Climate Change: Evidence and Causes

A very useful overview of current understanding about climate change had been released recently by the Royal Society and the US National Academy of Sciences. You can link to it here.

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3b. Organizations, media and marketing campaigns, is now available

Our fourth Environmental Choices report, 2013 edition, is now available.

It is available in both eBook and print format.

This section report covers some key quantitative metrics concerning the effectiveness of organizations and marketing campaigns in relation to communicating climate change to the public. Specifically, it considers the reach and influence of organizations, and how much each is thought wrong-thinking/annoying. It demonstrates the leading roles of organizations such as the David Suzuki Foundation in Canada, the BBC in England, National Geographic in the US, and Greenpeace internationally. The TURF analysis shows how the Carbon Trust contributes to ‘total reach’. The reach and influence of specific marketing devices and campaigns such as the ‘A to G scale’, ‘Energy Star’, ‘Carbon Labelling’ and ‘Earth Hour’ are also measured.

 

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