Category Archives: Copenhagen

Fart Gags and/or Climate Justice Analysis

On a day when news reaches us of a shambolic and literally unendurable Climate Camp meeting in Oxford, and on a day when the Financial Times reports that the price of carbon in the EUETS is at a record low, … Continue reading

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Heathrow and Copenhagen

Crunch time at the Copenhagen climate negotiations, December 2009.It’s late on the final night (already extended for an extra day). Everyone is ratty, smelly and desperate.The British Foreign Secretary is trying to broker a deal between the Chinese and the … Continue reading

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Corporate Responses- Interview with Dr Rory Sullivan

In November 2008, Greenleaf released a new book, Corporate Responses to Climate Change: Achieving Emissions Reductions Through Regulation, Self-Regulation and Economic Incentives, which P.E.D reviewed here. The book was edited by Dr Rory Sullivan, the Head of Responsible investment at … Continue reading

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