Monthly Archives: September 2015

Mark Carney discussed the risks of climate change in a speech on September 29 2015 (video). He discussed three types of risk: Carney said there were three ways in which climate change could affect financial stability: physical risks, such as … Continue reading

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Pope praises Obama’s focus on climate change

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Burning all fossil fuels would eliminate Antarctic Ice Sheet

A paper published in Science Advances, provides evidence that the Antarctic Ice Sheet would be eliminated if all fossil fuel reserves are burnt. This paper has been discussed in the Guardian and the New York Times.

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Optimistic NYmag climate article

The Year Humans Got Serious About Climate Change by Jonathan Chait provides some optimism that we are turning the corner.

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England trips trending down

There are interesting longer term changes to how much English people are travelling, according to Department of Transport statistics. I am grateful to Chris Goodall for highlighting this in his weekly newsletter this week.  

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Obama in Alaska

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