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KWANDWE

Lions and eco luxury on South Africa’s Eastern Cape

Ruth Styles

1st December, 2011

Pristine wilderness and eco-friendly lodges have made the Kwandwe Reserve a key stop on South Africa's Garden Route. Ruth Styles went to visit more...
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Todd Stern: 'the US is doing a lot'

Ecologist

15th December, 2009

US chief climate negotiator, Todd Stern, argues about baselines at Copenhagen, and tells delegates that the US is 'doing a lot' more...
Interview

An audience with Sir David King

Jon Hughes

1st February, 2007

Sir David King is credited with bringing climate change to serious political attention. But he is also a campaign of GM crops. How does that square? more...

Dan Box blog: listening to the radicals

Dan Box

2nd April, 2009

Dan Box makes a detour to the G20 climate protests in London, but leaves disappointed. Later, a lecture by Nicholas Stern, author of the Stern review, lifts his spirits. more...
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The Stern Review: Mitigation

Nick Robbins

31st December, 2008

Carbon pricing could totally change the way companies operate. Nick Robbins ask if the city is ready to make the leap more...
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WWF-UK wins funding halt to Sakhalin II oil and gas pipeline

News

6th March, 2008

Lobbying by WWF UK to protect Arctic wilderness from a £11bn ($22bn) oil and gas project that threatened the Western Gray Whale with extinction has been successful after the UK and US governments withdrew backing. more...
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Meacher attacks Government's Climate Change Bill

News

9th May, 2007

Former environment Minister and Labour leadership candidate Michael Meacher MP has derided the government's Climate Change Bill as 'nowhere near commensurate to the threat'. more...

Exclusive: Images Show Climate Change Worse than Previously Thought

news

19th January, 2007

Pictures available online for the first time show that the effects of global warming are far worse than previously expeced. The images produced by the Hadley Centre, part of the UK Meteorological Office, show for the first time that the Stern Review's timeline for action is wrong. more...
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Making preservation pay

Oliver Tickell

18th January, 2007

The market can solve climate change and tackle world debt if we start to sell emissions right more...
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Growing pains

Stephan Harding

7th December, 2006

Stephan Harding, coordinator of the MSc in Holistic Science at the Schumacher College, explains why standard economic growth is not the answer, and why personal Tradable Energy Quotas are... more...

How to beat denial - a 12-step plan

Pat Thomas

1st December, 2006

It’s easy to feel so overwhelmed by the problems facing our planet that we turn away to whatever will cheer us. Pat Thomas shows us the pattern of climate change denial more...
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The Stern Review: Editors Comment

Jon Hughes

1st December, 2006

Sir Nicholas Stern was asked to find out what way of averting climate change was economically feasible. A loaded question that has allowed him to find a perverse solution to a fatal problem. more...

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The Stern Review: The Science of Climate Change

Anna da Costa

1st December, 2006

The world is warming up. We face ecological, social and economic meltdown, famine, drought, disease and turf wars. For real? more...
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The Stern message: it’s not what gets said, but who says it. But will they listen?

Stephen Hale

2nd October, 2006

Stephen Hale, director of Green Alliance and former Special Advisor to Margaret Beckett, gives the Ecologist his thoughts on the Stern Review more...
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A denial of beautiful dreams

Yves Engler

1st May, 2004

Haiti is a failed state: one of those places that just can’t seem to get its act together, despite the best efforts of benevolent Western powers. Or so the mainstream media would have you believe. Yet history tells us a more complicated story. more...
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Seeds of Hope

Nicola Graydon

1st December, 2003

Ladakh is framed by the Karakoram mountains to the north and the Himalayas to the south. Yet even in this remote environment the forces of global consumerism are intruding. Nicola Graydon reports on the locals' inspiring defence of their culture more...
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Economics Senegal

Heiner Thiessen

1st November, 2002

You can ‘structurally adjust’ an economy in a matter of years, but it takes longer to destroy a culture. Heiner Thiessen reports from Senegal on the impact of imposing a Western cash economy on a traditional African barter society
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Globalisation: the dream vs the reality

Dele Oguntimoju

1st November, 2002

Globalisation sells Africans the Western dream. Immigration policies tell them they can’t have it. Where, Dele Oguntimoju asks, is the sense in that? more...

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