Survey shows -UK climate scepticism more common UK climate scepticism more common

11/9/2009 BBC The British public has become more sceptical about climate change over the last five years, according to a survey.
Twice as many people now agree that “claims that human activities are changing the climate are exaggerated”. Read the rest of this entry »

My battle to cut carbon: a baffling, frustrating path to a more honest life Madeleine Bunting

7/9/2009 Guardian The thinker Amitai Etzioni comes up with a useful concept in the current edition of Prospect magazine when he talks of “moral megalogues” – mass dialogues over right and wrong. Read the rest of this entry »

Leading scientist calls on religious leaders to tackle climate change

7/9/2009 Guardian President of the British Science Association, Lord May, says faith groups could lead policing of social behaviour. Read the rest of this entry »

Franny Armstrong: ‘If you’re not fighting climate change or improving the world, you’re wasting your life’

2/9/2009 Guardian ‘It amazes me that my life is so much more meaningful than what was planned for it. Read the rest of this entry »

Thousands take emission cut vows at launch of 10:10 campaign

2/9/2009 Guardian As a cathedral to the concept of cutting emissions, Tate Modern in London could not be bettered. Read the rest of this entry »

Public figures and business sign up to 10:10 climate campaign - You may think 90% is needed (Ed.)

1/9/2009 Guardian Groups committed to the 10:10 cause range from Tottenham Hotspur football club to the Women’s Institute. Read the rest of this entry »