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Research suggests that creating an artificial dust layer could rapidly cool the planet. But is it practically deliverable and what would be its unintended consequences?…

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We are living in troubled times. Energy and food prices going through the roof. Spiralling inflation. Seismic geopolitical shifts. Record breaking temperatures. Wildfires on the…

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1. Eco-cultural ‘activists’ tend to resist adopting a revolutionary stance and frame for their work.  I believe this is mistaken.  The mistake is that their…

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I have been away in Spain and Portugal for nearly a fortnight and I can’t say that the news on the BBC was particularly welcoming…

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Two hundred years ago Shelley and his companion Edward Williams sailed their boat Ariel out of the Gulf of Spezia towards Livorno and were never…

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In prescribing cures for inflation, economists rely on the diagnosis of Nobel laureate Milton Friedman: inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon—too much money…

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I will wager that on Sunday 31 July 2022, I was the only person in the 87,192 strong Wembley crowd who could also claim to…

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“Hello. This is the Brexit Opportunities Minister, a member of a very serious government. It has been brought to my attention that long queues have…

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This article first appeared in The Daily Mail We need to talk about ‘our’ NHS. It is quite clear that it is at breaking point and…

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According to Guardian columnist George Monbiot, Jeremy Lent is “One of the greatest thinkers of our age.”  His book The Web of Meaning: Integrating Science…

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