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Media articles from 2011

Below are media articles, written by staff and members of the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) and published in 2011, in order of most recent.  


December

A year of revolution
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Thomas McDermott, Irish Left Review, 26 December

A year of revolution |
Thomas McDermott, Social Europe Journal, 23 December 

Ahead of our targets on climate change? Not by this measurement…
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John Barrett, The Guardian, 14 December

False sea level articles expose failure of UK press self-regulation
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Bob Ward, Huffington Post, 14 December

A profound contradiction at the heart of climate change policy
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Nicholas Stern, Financial Times (free registration is required), 8 December

Is accuracy being frozen out of the BBC's climate change coverage?
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Bob Ward, Huffington Post, 8 December

Scientists frustrated in climate change debate
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Bob Ward, Financial Times (free registration is required), 3 December

Why the house journal of the sceptics is full of hot air
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Bob Ward, The Independent, 2 December    

November

India's fight against climate change starts at home|
Susannah Fisher, RTCC (blog), 9 November

October

Hot air
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Bob Ward, Sunday Times (letter: subscription is required), 23 October

Lord Lawson's Global Warming Policy Foundation is spreading errors
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Bob Ward, The Guardian, 21 October

Paul Dacre's climate coverage undermines his case for self-regulation of the press
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Bob Ward, The Guardian (environment blog), 17 October

September

You've Been Trumped: film reveals tycoon's ruthless efforts to build Scottish golf resort
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Bob Ward, The Guardian (environment blog), 13 September

August

Green growth: paradigm shift or just spin?
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Alex Bowen and Sam Fankhauser, CDKN Global, 26 August

Is this the 'Smoking Ray-Gun' from the extra-terrestrial origin of global warming?
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Bob Ward, Huffington Post, 24 August

Is climate change science too trendy for school lessons?
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Bob Ward, Huffington Post, 17 August

An echo chamber of climate change denial
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Bob Ward, Huffington Post, 4 August

Climate pragmatism or climate illusion?
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Bob Ward and Alex Bowen, Huffington Post, 3 August

July

Climate change strategy for business
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Rory Sullivan, The Guardian, 22 July

EUSJA news: United Kingdom| (PDF)
Bob Ward, Newsletter of the European Union of Science Journalists' Associations (EUSJA news), 15 July

The IPCC's review process
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Bob Ward, Economist (letter), 7 July

The EU risks falling behind the green century
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Lord Nicholas Stern, Financial Times (free registration is required), 4 July

China risks overtaking Europe in green economic revolution
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Lord Nicholas Stern, Financial Times (free registration is required), 4 July

June

"Michael Gove wants the national curriculum to include the laws of thermodynamics but not "contemporary" subjects such as climate change"
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Bob Ward, The Times (letter; subscription is required), 27 June
 

Optimism about renewables
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Bob Ward, The Independent (letter), 24 June

The Daily Mail owners buy climate change, so why doesn't the paper?
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Bob Ward, The Guardian, 16 June

Climate change education can still be part of a slimmed-down curriculum
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Bob Ward, The Guardian, 13 June

May

America's climate choice: Put up or shut up
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Bob Ward, New Scientist, The S Word (blog), 17 May

Grasping the opportunity|
Dimitri Zenghelis, Inside Track (magazine of Green Alliance), May 2011

Enough already?
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Dimitri Zenghelis, Nature Climate Change, 6 May

Why science is a vote winner
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Bob Ward, New Scientist, The S Word (blog), 6 May

Five obstacles to reducing value chain greenhouse gas emissions
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Rory Sullivan and Andy Gouldson, The Guardian (The Sustainable Business Blog), 5 May

April

The China factor
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Michael Jacobs, Inside Story, 28 April

The prize, perils and price of China's plan
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Lord Nicholas Stern, Financial Times (free registration is required), 28 April

Whose responsibility is it to reduce carbon emissions?
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Rory Sullivan and Andy Gouldson, The Guardian (The Sustainable Business Blog), 18 April


Carbon trading: a good idea is going through a bad patch
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Sam Fankhauser, The European Financial Review, 15 April; PDF version| (227KB)

Lord Lawson's incredible complacency on climate change
|Bob Ward, Sunday Times (subscription is required), 10 April; MS Word doc|

Bob Ward, (subscription is required), 10 April;

March

Inflation erodes UK science budget
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Bob Ward, New Scientist, The S Word (blog),29 March

China gets serious about curtailing its carbon emissions
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Samuel Fankhauser, Committee on Climate Change (blog), 28 March
 

Climategate controversy continues
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Bob Ward, New Scientist, The S Word (blog), 18 March


Wettest autumn
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Bob Ward, The Telegraph (letter), 13 March

Urgent steps to stop the climate door closing|
Fatih Birol and Nicholas Stern, Financial Times (free registration is required), 8 March

Why the BBC's 'impartial' stance on climate science is irresponsible
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Bob Ward, The Guardian, 3 March

February

Has the impact of 'Climategate' worn off?
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Bob Ward, New Scientist, The S Word (blog), 14 February

More investment needed in UK's research base
|Bob Ward, Financial Times (letter), 5 February

January

The psychology of food riots: when do price spikes lead to arrest?
|Evan Fraser and Andrew Rimas, Foreign Affairs, 30 January

Why have UK media ignored climate change announcements?
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Bob Ward, The Guardian (environment blog), 13 January

Warming world
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Bob Ward, The Telegraph (letter), 2 January 

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