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IPCC's shale gas error

Alex Kirby

14th April 2014

The latest IPCC report urges a dash for gas to allow us to reduce the burning of coal, including shale gas from fracking. But as Alex Kirby reports, their calculations appear to be based on an arithmetical flaw. more...

Human suffering will be exacerbated greatly by climate change

Andrea Gear

November 5th, 2013

According to a leaked draft IPCC document Planet Earth is likely to become increasingly inhospitable to the human race ... more...

The IPCC has spoken. Now what?

Oliver Tickell

2nd October 2013

If we are to move beyond the political impasse generated by the IPCC report and prevent catastrophic climate change we must look to market mechanisms, specifically price competitive renewables, writes Oliver Tickell...... more...

The forgotten crisis: Why is no one in Britain debating climate change?

Alex Stevenson

1st October 2013

Alex Stevenson asks why, given the findings of the latest IPPC climate report, the issue of climate change does not appear to be on the priority lists of UK politicians............. more...

Climate change? Try catastrophic climate breakdown

George Monbiot for The Guardian

28th September 2013

The message from the IPCC report is familiar and shattering: it's as bad as we thought it was, says George Monbiot more...
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Why most of the major powers really want global warming

David Lempert and Hue Nhu Nguyen

12th February, 2009

If you read the international press, it is easy to be convinced that the international ‘debate’ about global warming is about whether international organisations and country governments are able to ‘wake up’ to alarming news about the future of the planet. more...
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Weather warfare

Michel Chossudovsky

22nd May, 2008

Beware the US military’s experiments with climatic warfare, says Michel Chossudovsky more...
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Greenpeace: nuclear power sums don't add up

News

3rd May, 2007

Greenpeace has published an independent report demonstrating that support for nuclear power as a way of tackling climate change would be an economic disaster. more...
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US lobbies for watered-down IPCC report

News

2nd May, 2007

The United States is trying to water-down the recommendations made in the third report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, due to be released this Friday, the Associated Press reports. more...
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IPCC set to green-light nuclear power and biofuels

News

1st May, 2007

The third report of the year from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is expected to green-light nuclear power and large-scale biofuel production as a way of tackling climate change, to the dismay of environmentalists worldwide.
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The IPCC report: the science is there, but are we willing to change?

Stephan Harding

8th February, 2007

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has delivered the final blow to climate-change sceptics. The word its report uses is 'unequivocal'. But is the world prepared to accept the results of this judgement? more...
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IPCC Report: We are the problem

News

2nd February, 2007

The IPCC, a UN based organisation made up of over 1200 climate experts from 40 countries and the most respected global authority on Climate Change science, has said the rise in global temperatures could be as high as 6.4°C by 2100. The report also predicts sea level rises and increases in the frequency of hurricanes. more...

IPCC: 1/14 of 14

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ExxonMobil: Record Profits and $10,000 to Deny Climate Change

News

2nd February, 2007

On the day that ExxonMobil announced record profits of $39 billion reports have surfaced that the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a ExxonMobile funded think tank with close links to the Bush government, offered $10,000 each to IPCC scientists to undermine climate change findings. more...
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Greenpeace Dumps Four Tonnes of Coal at Defra Offices

News

2nd February, 2007

Two trucks, sent by Greenpeace and daubed with "BLAIR DUMPS CLIMATE" tipped four tonnes of coal on the doorstep of the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs this morning, to expose this government's failure to act on climate change. more...

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