Category Archives: Sundry

Addressing famine, malaria and drought in the Czech Republic

Point Carbon reported this morning that the World Bank has bought 2.6 million Kyoto emission rights from the Czech Republic. So I checked the World Bank website in case something had changed.  But no, their mission is still: “… to … Continue reading

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Solar powered christmas decorations

In its “Analysis of options to move beyond 20% greenhouse gas emission reductions and assessing the risk of carbon leakage” of May 2010, the European Commission writes: “The green technology revolution. There is now a widespread consensus that the development … Continue reading

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Climate Change for Football Fans

Finally my book is finished. You can order it online from:The Book Depository or AmazonCCFFF is a serious and funny book about climate change policy. It is about Joe, a working class lad from Burnley who is mad on Burnley … Continue reading

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Book

I am not posting things to the blog at the moment because I am working on a book. Hopefully it will be finished soon and then I will carry on with the blog. Print Friendly

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Nature notes – low carbon symbiosis in action

This photograph shows a group of people waiting for a bus on an excessively sunny day in May in Budapest. Note the two species: homo insapiens in a queue of cars going into town, hot and cross and frustrated; and … Continue reading

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