A report outlines that much tougher climate pledges are needed to meet agreed climate targets.
Climate Change: Why Conservative ideas need more traction – interview
In this exclusive blog, Alex Diggins talks to Eamonn Ives, a Researcher at one of Britain’s leading think tanks, Bright Blue, to discuss its policy work, the fragmentation of the environmental message, and why conservatives should be intuitive custodians of the planet.
Opinion: Let’s take nature to court
Inaction on environmental issues may call for lawsuits and granting legal rights to nature. Communities, citizens, activists, all have a role to play in bringing about environmental justice.
Pope Francis congratulates Obama for taking action on climate change
Pope Francis and President Obama share a laugh during White House talks. Photo credit: Reuters / Jonathan Ernst. By Anders Lorenzen At a high-profile US visit, the leader of the Catholic Church […]
Obama: Let’s set our sights higher than on a single oil pipeline
In his State of the Union speech, Obama again highlighted the case for climate action. Photo credit: http://www.whitehouse.gov. By Anders LorenzenUS President Obama has, in his annual State of the Union (SOTU) […]
Opinion: The biggest climate movement the world has ever seen is underway in America
Photo credit: Climate Action Network International. By Anders Lorenzen Something quite remarkable happened in New York City last month, more precisely on the 21st September 2014 as an estimated 400,000 took to […]
New EU President appears to downgrade climate change
Photo credit: European People’s Party via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen The EU’s President elect Jean-Claude Juncker last month unveiled his proposed new EU Commision. If you see climate change and environmental issues […]
Figueres: clean technologies is not a fairytale
Photo credit: St Paul’s Cathedral By Anders Lorenzen At a high profile event earlier this month at one of London’s most iconic landmarks, St. Pauls Cathedral, UN’s climate chief Christiana Figueres talked […]