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On August 1st, 2008, the New Economics Foundation issued a report stating that there are 100 months to prevent 'dangerous' climate change. This is a month-by-month critique of Britain's aptitude for answering this call to arms. 100 months..

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  • March 2010 - Climate sceptics give scepticism a bad name
    on Mar 19, 2010
    >>>>Originally published in the Guardian Environment Blog on 22/02/10http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/blog/2010/feb/22/climate-change-sceptics In January a group of self-declared "sceptics" hit the headlines with an attention-grabbing publicity...
  • February 2010: Talking the Walk on climate change
    on Feb 11, 2010
    The influential think tank Green Alliance today launched a report aimed at helping politicians communicate more effectively with the electorate about climate change. Written by experts in the field of climate change communication, there are a wide ra...
  • January 2010: Do you believe in climate change?
    on Jan 21, 2010
    First published at http://climatesafety.org/do-you-believe-in-climate-change/Do you believe in climate change? It is an increasingly familiar formula – a climate poll is released, the results are interpreted and analysed, and both side...
  • December 2009 – Environmental Heroes and Villains in 2009
    on Dec 31, 2009
    Role Models both positive and negative popped up in the press every day of 2009. This is a list of the ones that stick in the Memory... may the good ones have a prosperous 2010.2009 Climate Heroes – A broad range from those that talk the talk to th...
  • December 2009 - Copenhagen: A political or personal failure?
    on Dec 21, 2009
    With crushing inevitability the climate change negotiations in Copenhagen limped to a close, and precious little substantive progress was made. Understandably, developing countries were in no hurry to sign a suicide pact, but the reality was even mor...
  • November 2009 - A Meaningful Numbers Game?
    on Nov 29, 2009
     Iraq is again in the UK headlines because of another Inquiry into the contentious war, and the Chilcot inquiry’s analysis of the lead up to war is a reminder of the substantial debate generated during that period and the thousands of people who t...
  • November 2009 - TINA rides again...
    on Nov 20, 2009
    A recent report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IoME) boldly declared that the UK had already failed in its quest to prevent dangerous climate change: “With only four decades to go, the UK is already losing the climate change mitigatio...
  • October 2009 - Money money money
    on Oct 30, 2009
    First published on the Climate Safety blog, on 27/09/09 http://climatesafety.org/money-money-money/ A recent report by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) asked what it would take for action on climate change to be ‘mainstreamed’ . Th...
  • October 2009 - Psychology & Climate Change
    on Oct 26, 2009
    >>>>first published on the Guardian website, 26/09/09http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/cif-green/2009/oct/26/psychology-of-climate-change From 10:10 to the government's Act On CO2 campaign, it is now widely accepted that tackling climate change w...
  • September 2009 - 10% …but what kind? The Disconnection between Private and Public Action.
    on Sep 30, 2009
    10% is the figure of the moment in UK Politics. First of all Fanny Armstrong’s 10:10 campaign, which calls on individuals and organisations to cut 10% of their carbon in 2010, has caught on with the political community - On september the 3rd the Gu...
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