CCCEP in the news in 2011

 

The Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) and its staff were frequently featured in the media in 2011.

Please see below for a selection of these media articles.


2011

December

Green measures will not lead to 'astronomical' energy bills: analysis
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15 December, The Guardian

Hedegaard's risky strategy pays off
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15 December, EuropeanVoice

Climate change: The great regrouping
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14 December, Financial Times

Dubbelt dyrt att begränsa klimatförändringarna
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14 December, Sverige Radio

La nueva deuda energética 
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13 December, Diario De Sevilla

Climate change delay 'is dangerous'
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12 December, Today programme (BBC Radio 4)

Durban se conforma con un pacto que no cierra el reparto de emisiones
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12 December, El Pais

Global climate treaty deal struck in Durban
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11 December, The Times (subscription is required)

Climate deal doesn't make things better
11 December, Time

Queda todo por hacer en materia climática, pero la línea diplomática se mueve
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11 December, Yahoo (Peru)

Durban deal will not avert catastrophic climate change, say scientists
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11 December, The Guardian

Global climate treaty deal struck in Durban
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11 December, The Times (subscription is required)

EU bank in row over increase in fossil fuel funds
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10 December, Taipei Times

Crises climática e do euro fazem repensar crescimento, diz especialista
9 December, Correio Braziliense 

Pour Nicholas Stern, crise de l'euro et défi du climat doivent être abordés ensemble
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9 December, RTL

COP-17: Stature of SA ministers increases at climate talks
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9 December, Business Day

Kyoto was built to fail. It is time the world abandoned it
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8 December, The Guardian

European Investment Bank criticised for 'hypocrisy' of fossil fuel lending
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8 December, The Guardian

A new energy revolution|
8 December, Daily News

Lord Stern: rich nations should stop subsidising fossil fuel industry
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7 December, The Guardian

EU seeks hard commitments for Kyoto phase two
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7 December, Financial Times (free registration is required)

Vicepresidente boliviano participará este miércoles en la COP17
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7 December, RNV

Calderón pide a Ban Ki-moon mediar con EEUU para desbloquear el Fondo Verde
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7 December, Yahoo (Chile)

Stern's rebuke
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6 December, Wall Street Journal

Africa: Progress is being made say UN climate change leaders
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5 December, allAfrica.com 

Carbon dioxide emissions show record jump
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5 December, The Guardian

Action on climate is blocked by 'unworkable' need for consensus
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2 December, The Times (Environment) 
 

November

Saving the planet
28 November, ET Now Global Business Reports (news programme: video, features Bob Ward at 01:16)

Le sommet de Durban est une occasion de ranimer la flamme européenne
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28 November, Le Monde

Ever-worsening weather events lead to inescapable verdict on climate change
28 November, Irish Times

Climate change fears 'have been exaggerated' say scientists who claim apocalyptic predictions are unlikely
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25 November, The Daily Mail 

'Emissions gap' overshadows warming target: UNEP
23 November, France 24

UN chief slams rich nations' plans to delay climate change treaty
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23 November, The Guardian

Climategate 2? More UEA hacked emails
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23 November, The Telegraph

Climategate erupts again ahead of key summit
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23 November, The Independent

Chris Huhne blasts Lord Lawson's climate sceptic thinktank
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22 November, The Guardian

University hit by new climate leak ahead of talks
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22 November, CBS News 

Emails revive 'Climategate' before UN summit
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22 November, Financial Times (free registration is required)

Professor Andy Gouldson  |on carbon capture and storage projects
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20 November, The Politics Show - Yorkshire and Lincolnshire  (TV, BBC One: 43.12 - 43.26)

Rich nations 'give up' on new climate treaty until 2020
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20 November, The Guardian

Severe heatwaves and flooding 'more likely'
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19 November, The Times (subscription is required)

Climate change 'key driver of extreme weather': UN
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18 November, Jakarta Globe

Extreme weather will strike as climate change takes hold, IPCC warns
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18 November, The Guardian

World acts on emissions without global climate pact
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18 November, Financial Times (free registration is required)

Extreme weather - episode 1
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17 November, Green.tv (video)

October

Global warming 'confirmed' by independent study
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21 October, BBC

LSE research student recalls making friends with trees and elephants in Gabon
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6 October, Africa at LSE (blog)

Mixed reaction to EU legislators' call for global renewables targets
4 October, Environmental Finance
 

August

Hey, Rick Perry finally gets something right
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17 August, Philly.com
 

July

Britisches Institut veröffentlicht globale Klimadaten
30 July, Spiegel Online

Why most Forbes readers know more about global warming than most climate scientists
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28 July, William Pentland blog in Forbes

OK, climate sceptics: here's the raw data you wanted
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28 July, New Scientist

Extreme weather: the new normal
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27 July, aljazeera

Global warming will compel nations to spend more on environment
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22 July, The Economic Times (of India)

BBC gives too much weight to fringe views on issues like climate change
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20 July, The Guardian

Can a candid climate modeler convince contrarians?
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19 July, Scientific American

Stern, in center of climate pessimism, hopeful about U.S.|
15 July, Reuters 

Cinco ideas que transformarán nuestras vidas
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11 July, elcolombiano.com    

EU votes against reducing carbon emissions by 30%
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5 July, The Guardian

Man-made climate change evidence 'hidden' by sulphur emissions
|4 July, The Telegraph

June

Fears grow over Commission's ability to support emissions trading
30 June, Environmental Finance

How clean energy can drive economic growth
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30 June, Chris Huhne MP in The Telegraph

Battle lines
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24 June, Financial Times

Reducir emisiones no es una carga: N. Stern
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24 June, elcolombiano.com

Al Gore's rallying call: 'Climate crisis is a struggle for the soul of America'
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23 June, The Guardian (Damian Carrington's Environment Blog)

Cambio climático ya genera impacto en la economía colombiana
23 June, Teleantioquia noticias

Conflict of interest claimed for IPCC energy report
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17 June, New Scientist

La ciencia como pasión
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16 June, El Pais

Recent warming trend is significant after all
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14 June, New Scientist

Climate change lessons "should not be compulsory"
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13 June, Reuters

Stern: «El cambio climático no controlado puede detener y revertir el desarrollo»
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13 June, ABC Internacional 

'Somos la generación que puede destruir la relación entre los humanos y el planeta'
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13 June, El Pais

Climate change should be excluded from curriculum, says adviser
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12 June, The Guardian

Poor must have the burden of global warming lifted
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5 June, Observer (Editorial)

May

'Window for cutting CO2 closing': interview with Lord Nicholas Stern
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31 May, Radio 4 (Today programme)

Interview with Lord Nicholas Stern on 'Newshour'
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30 May, BBC World Service (Newshour: 00:26:36 - 0:35:21)

Worst ever carbon emissions leave climate on the brink
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29 May, The Guardian

Ailing UN climate talks jolted by record surge in greenhouse gases
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29 May, The Guardian

Freedom of information laws are used to harass scientists, says Nobel laureate
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25 May, The Guardian

Why the UK's hidden cash mountain needs to go green
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20 May, The Guardian (Damian Carrington's environment blog)

Interview with Bob Ward on 'As It Happens' radio programme
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17 May, CBC Canada ('As It Happens' radio programme: 00.00 - 06.21)

Australia prepares to swallow Monckton yet again
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6 May, The Drum (The Drum Opinion)

Climate change wilts farming yields
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6 May, Wired (online only)

Crop yields fall as temperatures rise
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5 May, New Scientist

April

China carbon emissions could peak by 2025-2030: U.S. study
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29 April, Reuters

Carbon cuts by developed countries cancelled out by imported goods
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25 April, The Guardian

March

"We are running out of time"
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28 March, chinadialogue

Need to cut down carbon emissions stressed|
27 March, expressbuzz

Time running out to address climate change
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26 March, Deccan Herald

Climate change champion
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24 March, Society Now

February

Top climate expert calls for 'new industrial revolution'
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10 February, The Parliament

Lord Stern: West must end hesitation over climate change
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9 February, euobserver.com

Energy: On the cusp of an 'industrial revolution'
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4 February, BBC Radio 4, Today programme

Mass tree deaths prompt fears of Amazon 'climate tipping point'
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3 February, The Guardian

January

UK set for high end climate costs, as floods spread
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31 January, BBC News

Interview with Nicholas Stern at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland
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28 January, France24 (video) | French version|

Interview with Nicholas Stern at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland
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27 January, CNBC (video)

Nicholas Stern, father of climate economics, formed ties with China
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27 January, Sina (Chinese)

Renewable energy sector needs US$6 trillion investment from China, EU and UK through to 2035, says IEA
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21 January, Business Intelligence Middle East

Global Warming Policy Foundation donor funding levels revealed
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20 January, The Guardian

New climate data shows warming world: WMO
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20 January, Reuters

2010 ties 2005 for warmest year on record: US
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19 January, The Independent

Science faces crisis if cuts not reversed
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18 January, Research Fortnight

BBVA premia a N. Stern por plantear el impacto económico del cambio climático
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14 January, La Rioja (Spanish)   

Flood warnings: hottest year confirms global warming say experts
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13 January, The Telegraph

2010 ties 2005 for warmest year on record: US
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13 January, The Sydney Morning Herald

Cancún summit 'positive' but unresolved issues remain
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12 January, The Malta Independent 

G20: Sarkozy déjeune avec 19 économistes internationaux
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7 January, Le Figaro

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