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Very little that’s helpful is happening yet, but that’s because (a) the nature of the situation isn’t yet understood, and (b) it’s in human nature…

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The Federal Reserve is caught between a rock and a hard place. Inflation grew by 6.8 per cent in November, the fastest in 40 years, a…

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James Lovelock:  “Warnings that once seemed like the doom scenarios of science fiction are now coming to pass. We are entering into a heat age…

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Our recent book – New Shoots: people making fresh choices in a changing world – concludes that we are optimistic about the future. This article…

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A month before the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (known as COP26) kicked off in Scotland, a new asset class was launched by the…

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Lobbying isn’t limited to what goes on in parliament and we need to focus on two critical parts of the UK’s carbon pricing regime both…

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As we’ve been reminded at COP-26, climate campaigners believe that the only way in which environmental disaster can be prevented is by the immediate cessation…

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Over the centuries, wars erupted for many reasons; some sensible and some daft, such as the Pastry War, War of Jenkins Ear, and Kettle War….

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As the key question of how to pay for a global just transition to tackle the climate and nature crises came to the fore in…

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It is positive that the Bank of England is excluding coal from its purchases, under its Corporate Bond Purchase Scheme , but it raises the…

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