Response to Naomi Klein in The Guardian-Naomi Klein acknowledges that the carbon emitted into the atmosphere remains there for hundreds of years. Yet progress around the world continues to be measured in terms of carbon reductions which, however impressive when revealed as efficiency gains, energy-renewables switching … Continue reading →
Climate change overtakes us-Ed Miliband highlights the need to “cut the growth of greenhouse gas emissions” as the basis of the global agreement to be reached in Paris in December (“Climate change is more than an environmental issue”, Comment). However, to appreciate the … Continue reading →
New videos available in the New Year-The Policy Studies Institute is filming a series of 10 videos of Mayer Hillman, which will be available on this website in early 2015. They will cover the main themes of Mayer’s research, including: Making the most of daylight hours … Continue reading →
An open letter to James Hansen-Mayer Hillman has written an open letter to world renowned climate scientist James Hansen, seeking urgent clarification on the correct figures for the global carbon budget.
Debate on carbon offsetting-Debate in Brussels as part of European Green Week with Tanguy de Monceau, managing co-founder of CO2logic, a firm helping companies go ‘carbon-neutral’.
Carbon currency-Live one-hour interview on National Public Radio on the subject of carbon currency, broadcast in Austin, Texas.
Paperback edition of How We Can Save the Planet-The US paperback edition of How We Can Save the Planet: Preventing Global Climate Catastrophe (with Tina Fawcett and Sudhir Chella Rajan) was published by Thomas Dunne Books/St Martin’s Press. ISBN 13: 978-0-312-35206-6.