Climate Voices


Patricia Garcia & Peter van den Hazel: The health benefits of fighting climate change

Governments often see climate change as too costly to address. In fact, it is too costly to ignore.

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Edinburgh students: You refused to divest so we’ve occupied

Students from the University of Edinburgh are demanding the university divests from fossil fuels following a disappointing decision by its University Court.

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Ruth Davis & Nick Mabey: A story of hope and responsibility for environmentalism

Following on from the shock UK election, where environmental issues barely registered in the political debate, environmentalists are asking what went wrong with the conversation.

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Carlos Nobre: 2015 is crucial for the future

Brazil's leading climate scientist outlines eight essential elements of actions needed at the Paris climate change conference in December.

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John Sauven: A manifesto for a more sustainable world

We can do more than just endure or adapt to climate change, we can tackle it and create a better, more just society in the process, argues John Sauven.

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Germana Canzi: Can Pope Francis shift the climate change debate?

With Pope Francis expected to issue an encyclical on climate change, how could his words make a contribution to the UN talks and sway 1.2 million Catholics into taking action?

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Saleemul Huq: Ditching 2C warming goal will condemn millions

Moves are afoot to lower expectations ahead of upcoming Paris deal, Saleemul Huq argues that the 2C warming goal should be strengthened.

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Hanna Leghammar: Don’t sell Sweden’s Vattenfall, keep coal in the ground

The Swedish government is in the process of pondering an important decision — whether to sell the vast lignite reserves of the state-owned Vattenfall energy giant or ensure that they stay in the ground. The decision will define Sweden’s commi...

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John Prescott: Japan’s historic climate leadership appears in doubt

Kyoto Protocol architect John Prescott explains why he has grave concerns on Japan's leaked climate plan.

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David Saddington: UK Elections – four degrees of policy

As they say in the UK Elections hit full pelt, its time to check in on what we could be in store for just around the corner.

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