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Understanding and action mostly poles apart

As I write, it’s been reported that the longest running program for atmospheric monitoring of carbon dioxide, Mauna Loa in Hawaii, is again struggling financially. It reminded me of the important markers this year in relation to climate change and the various responses from government and business to the challenges it presents. What stands out […]

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A sea change in climate communications?

On reviewing criticism and analysis of the mainstream news media’s reporting and positioning of climate change, it’s clear that it’s not just concerned with perennial discussions about impartiality, objectivity, the role and ownership of the media. It’s about an unprecedented challenge, one that involves future scenarios, detailed scientific reasoning and a gas which although invisible […]

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