Monthly Archives: October 2011

Tom Burke’s political commentary: From the greenest government ever… to our very own Tea Party

ENDS Report 441, p. 55, October 2011. Cameron came to power amid a plethora of greenery that convinced many that the Tories are not the ‘nasty party’. But coalition policy shows every sign of a conviction that green gets in … Continue reading

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Climate change policy ‘too big to fail’?

I spoke on October 20th at a public LSE lecture, Combatting Carbon in an Economic Crisis. Read my full remarks from the conference (pdf). I argued that we do not have an economic problem with tackling climate change but we … Continue reading

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The military and health care providers will be ‘first responders’ if there is policy failure on climate change

Read my full remarks (pdf) at “The Health and Security Perspectives of Climate Change. How to secure our future wellbeing” conference from October 17th. Or watch the video below.

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