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

Below is a selection of online media articles from 2014.  

We also have archived selected media articles from:


April

IPCC report under fire|
15 April, Nature

UN climate change report on how to cut emissions
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13 April, The Guardian

Leaked climate change report: Scientific body warns of 'devastating rise of 4-5C if we carry on as we are'
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13 April, The Independent

Shale gas can help to prevent global warming - IPCC|
13 April, The Times

The IPCC report underlines why national action must be at the heart of tackling climate change
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13 April, The Independent

Climate change: Can disaster be avoided?|
13 April, Aljazeera

UN green police say ditch oil and change your diet|
12 April, The Telegraph

UN urges huge increase in green energy to avert climate disaster|
12 April, The Observer

Green tech revolution needed to avoid climate change dangers, says Nicholas Stern|
11 April, The Sydney Morning Herald

Le Giec peine à chiffrer l'effet du réchauffement climatique|
10 April, Reuters France

UN climate report seeks clearer economics to guide action|
10 April, Reuters

Slash Greenhouse Gases to Meet Climate Goals, U.N. Draft Says|
9 April, The Wall Street Journal

Time running out to beat climate change, UN warns
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9 April, Sydney Morning Herald

Cars Become Biggest Driver of Greenhouse-Gas Increases
|9 April, Bloomberg

World 'needs Plan B' on climate - IPCC report|
8 April, BBC

Britain Confronts Gas Mother Lode With Fracking by Lord Browne
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3 April, Bloomberg

Scientists challenge work of climate change dissenter|
2 April, Channel 4

Government accuses BBC of creating 'false balance' on climate change with unqualified sceptics
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2 April, The Independent

MPs criticise BBC for 'false balance' in climate change coverage|
2 April, The Guardian

MPs accuse BBC of keeping audience confused with climate change coverage
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2 April, Press Gazette

UN issues call for action over ‘catastrophe of climate change’
|1 April, The Times

Britain under ‘severe risk' of flood hell as global temperatures rise
|1 April, Daily Star

March

'We live in an era of man-made climate change' - IPCC
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31 March, Channel 4 News

'No one will be untouched': Climate change will lead to war, famine and extreme weather, claims IPCC report
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31 March, Daily Mail

Climate Change: Our Way Of Life 'In Jeopardy'
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31 March, Sky News

Climate change is hitting food production, IPCC warns
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31 March, The Times

UK warned of 'climate change flood of refugees': Droughts and heatwaves could force millions to flee their country
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31 March, Mail on Sunday

IPCC report: Tallying the damage bill of climate change
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31 March, The Sydney Morning Herald

War, hunger, disease… and worse to come: The impact of climate change all over the world
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31 March, The Metro

Thousands more ‘face floods risk in Britain’: Climate warning in new global report
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31 March, The Metro

El clima del planeta sera mas extremo por culpa del hombre|
30 March, ABC.es

Estados de painel de clima da ONU querem estimativas de perdas econômicas
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28 March, Reuters

The Two Numbers Climate Economists Can’t Stand to See Together
|28 March, Bloomberg

Coping with climate change to cost up to $100bn a year, says UN
28 March, Financial Times (registration is required)

At UN climate talks, many seek sterner warnings of GDP losses|
28 March, Reuters

Back tracking on carbon pricing will damage Australia|
27 March, ABC News

'BBC News sticking two fingers up to management' says prof behind Trust's science impartiality report|
26 March, Press Gazette

IPCC report downplays economic impacts of climate change, reviewer says|
25 March, Sydney Morning Herald

Global warming to hit Asia hardest, warns new report on climate change|
22 March, The Guardian

End this obsession over climate change: It stops us tackling floods and storms now say experts|
20 March, Mail Online

Osborne to cut £7bn in heavy industry fuel bills and cap tax on carbon emissions in boost for manufacturing|
20 March, Mail Online

UK freezes carbon tax plan for electricity sector|
20 March, The Age

Osborne's energy measures please firms but anger environmentalists|
19 March, The Guardian

U.K. Freezes CO2 Tax in $12 Billion Plan to Cut Power Cost
|19 March, The Washington Post

Il grande bluff del costo dell’energia|
16 March, Trend Online

Switzerland Seeks Precision as Nations Shape Carbon Markets|
10 March, The Washington Post

'Carbon bubble' threatens stock markets, say MPs|
6 March, BBC

Shut up and listen, Cabinet minister tells Tory climate sceptics|
6 March, The Times

UK needs 100 bln pounds more to meet 2020 carbon targets-report|
6 March, Reuters

Home computers to help scientists assess climate role in UK's wet winter|
4 March, The Guardian

Britain ‘ahead of curve’ on green targets|
3 March, The Times

PM 'must recommit' over climate
2 March, Yahoo News

February

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sir James Dyson among centre-right figures trying to reclaim the green agenda for conservative politicians around the world
|26 February, The Independant

Discount rates, ethical conundrums, and compromising on climate policy|
26 February, Business Green

World begins 2014 with unusual number of extreme weather events
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25 February, The Guardian

A high price for ignoring the risks of catastrophe
18 February, Financial Times

UK weather: Storms are clear sign of climate change and worse to come will lead to conflict and war, says Lord Stern
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14 February, The Independant

Freaky Friday: Snow, rain and more storms heading Yorkshire’s way
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14 February, Yorkshire Post

Climate change: hard rain, hard truths
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13 February, The Guardian

Flooding and storms in UK are clear signs of climate change, says Lord Stern|
13 February, The Guardian

UK weather: Fury rises with the flood waters causing havoc and evacuations across Britain
|8 February, The Independent

Energy prices have overstated impact on EU industry - report|
6 February, Reuters

Power cuts and floods as storms wreak fresh havoc|
5 February, The Telegraph

Why do we insist on building on flood plains?|
2 February, The Independent

January

Heat is on as Met Office is accused of a ‘warm bias’ in annual forecasts
|29 January, The Times (Registration is required)

Climate scepticism blamed as Owen Paterson slashes spending on global warming|
26 January, The Independent

Proof wind turbines take thousands off your home: Value of houses within 1.2 miles of large wind farms slashed by 11%, study finds|
25 January, Daily Mail

Les 27 doivent s'entendre pour accélérer la croissance verte
|24 January, Le Monde

Lord Stern: I should have been fiercer in climate change review
|23 January, Guardian

Europe to cut carbon 40% by 2030
|23 January, ABC

Climat: l'Europe se fixe un nouveau cap pour 2030, les Etats louvoient|
22 January, L'Echo

Climate change is NOT main cause of floods, say experts: Building on plains and cutting down trees are among the true reasons
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22 January, Daily Mail

European Commission resists calls for carbon ‘central bank’
19 January, Financial Times (Registration is required)

Climate Protection May Cut World GDP 4% by 2030, UN Says|
17 January, Bloomberg

UK fracking frenzy could breach emissions targets
13 January, New Scientist

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