Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hackgate: good news or bad for the climate?

Given how fully the phone hacking scandal has been dominating the news, I’m surprised that, so far, there’s been very little discussion in the environment sphere of what any of it might mean in terms of climate change. The indefatigable … Continue reading

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A carbon bubble? Let’s hope so …

This week has seen a new green meme bubbling up: the idea that investment in high-carbon companies is creating a “carbon bubble” that could leave the world exposed to another huge financial crash. The catalyst for this newly prominent discussion … Continue reading

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