Lord Stern calls for UK Parliamentarians to raise the profile of international negotiations on climate change treaty

Posted 27 Oct 2009 in

“The headline and opening paragraphs of the front page story in ‘The Times’ today give undue prominence to comments I made to them yesterday about the greenhouse gases that are emitted by different types of food production. I think that once people understand the great risks that climate change poses, they will naturally want to choose products and services that cause little or no emissions of greenhouse gases, which means ‘low-carbon consumption’.” read more »

Our low-carbon future

Posted 21 Oct 2009 in

Efforts to curb climate change and help the poor are inextricably entwined, writes the author of a landmark report on the economics of climate change. European Voice – registration required.

The real green new deal

Posted 22 Sep 2009 in

Tony Blair and Nicholas Stern: The future is bright for the world’s economies to go low-carbon – but only if we act together and support developing countries the Guardian

Lord Stern outlines plan to break deadlock

Posted 21 Sep 2009 in

A plan to overcome obstacles to an international agreement on climate change was today outlined by Nicholas Stern… The paper presents a new approach to setting strong but achievable targets for reductions in emissions of greenhouse gases, which take into account future economic growth in developing countries. read more »