Monthly Archives: March 2015

Global Carbon Emissions Stalled in 2014

Actual carbon emissions are the ‘bottom line’ of what needs to happen to tackle climate change, and a lagging indicator of these efforts. It’s encouraging that, for the first time, emissions appear to have stopped growing on a year-by-year basis, … Continue reading

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2.c: Values, Passions and Incentives report, is now available

Our fifth Environmental Choices report, 2013 edition, is now available. It is available in both eBook and print/pdf format. There are three interlinked themes to this report. The first theme is to explore the values that people have and how … Continue reading

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Guardian’s new focus on climate change

Alan Rusbridger today explains “Climate Change: why the Guardian is putting threat to Earth front and centre”.

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