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EDITORIAL ARCHIVE

Imogen Reed: December 2013
Is the Green Movement in need of a grassroots revolution?

George Monbiot: June 2012
Governments have given up on the planet

Imogen Reed - July 2012 
Why European attitudes to tackling climate change differ so much from America's  

Michael D. Lemonick: December 2011
The next 500 years of sea level rise
S
cientists didn't pick 2100 because they think that's when sea-level rise will stop - sea level will continue to rise for hundreds of years no matter what emissions path we choose to take.

Alan Burns: November 2011
Why Keystone XL pipeline failed approval and future prospects now for tar sands oil
With the Keystone XL pipeline decision delayed until after the 2012 election, a review of why approval by the State Department failed, and the alternatives ahead for Alberta's tar sands oil development.

Dr. James Hansen: September 2010
Am I an activist for caring about my grandchildren's future?
How had I been sucked into being an "activist"? Weren't there other ways to do that in a democracy?

Tara Steinmetz: July 2010
Nuclear energy is not a viable alternative to oil dependency
If we want to get serious about finding alternatives to oil dependence and to solve global warming, we have to stop wasting time and money on nuclear energy.  

J. Wayne Leonard - Chairman and CEO of Entergy : October 2009
Energy CEO speaks out on Climate change threat to America
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It’s about our children. It’s about our children’s children. We’re cheating them out of their future, and we’re doing it with our eyes wide open. And that’s exactly how history will judge us if we don’t pass comprehensive climate and energy reform now.
"

Elizabeth Rosenthal: October 2009
What makes Europe greener than the US?
The average American produces three times the amount of CO2 emissions as a person in France. A US journalist now living in Europe explains how she learned to love her clothesline and sweating in summer

Paul Hawken: July 2009
Speaking to today's young graduates - your environment - your future
When asked if I am pessimistic or optimistic about the future, my answer is always the same: If you look at the science about what is happening on earth and aren’t pessimistic, you don’t understand the data. But if you meet the people who are working to restore this earth 
and the lives of the poor, and you aren’t optimistic, you haven’t got a pulse.

Alan Burns: March 2009  
What rising sea-levels mean
According to the PBS program “NOW” a top UN official predicts that by the middle of this century, the world should expect six million people per year to be displaced by increasingly severe storms and floods caused by climate change.

Mark Lynas: February 2009
The Climate Change Clock is Ticking 
Global warming is a global issue. A tonne of CO2 is a tonne of CO2, wherever it is emitted. How you do the counting is more a matter of politics than mathematics. All we can say with near-certainty is that the warmer it gets, the further into dangerous territory we stray.


Alan Burns -  December 2008
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