I was on BBC Radio 4’s The World Tonight last night, talking about Rio+20 with Bernice Lee of Chatham House and Andrew Hurrell of the University of Oxford. Click here to listen to the programme. The Rio+20 segment starts at about 33 minutes in, and our discussion at 35 minutes.
ENDS Report 438, p. 55, July 2011. Under President Richard Nixon, the US led the world in environmental protection. But his ideologically driven heirs in the Tea Party threaten to destroy this legacy. Modern environmentalism began in the US. In September, Friends of the Earth (FoE) UK will celebrate its […]
Published in ENDS Report (Issue 420, p49), in January 2010. So what really happened in Copenhagen? And even more importantly, what happens now? Forgive me for troubling you with this topic again, but this was no ordinary meeting. Konrad von Moltke, the founder of the Institute for European Environment Policy, […]
Published in openDemocracy, 7th December 2007. A version of this article is also being published by the International Institute of Environment and Development (IIED) The “global” problem of climate change is endlessly discussed, but rarely looked at in a cold light. The crux of the matter is that all of […]
Was the G8 summit good for the prospects of limiting global climate change? Scientists and campaigners comment on the Gleneagles outcome. My answer to this question is below. To see all of the contributions- from Mayer Hillman, Camilla Toulmin &Saleemul Huq, Stephen Harrison, and Aubrey Meyer- click here. Published on openDemocracy on […]