Joss Garman

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An eco injection

Joss Garman
| 30th April 2009
Barack Obama and Ban Ki Moon, Labour and the Conservatives, green groups and trade unionists, Nicholas Stern and even Peter Mandelson - everybody is talking about a 'Green New Deal'. Faced with an economic downturn, climate breakdown and an energy system in need of billions of new investment anyway, the idea is simple and attractive.

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Accidental heroes?

Joss Garman
| 13th January 2009
The Government's green light for Heathrow's third runway makes no economic - let alone environmental - sense, says Joss Garman

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What the flux?

Joss Garmen
| 16th December 2008
History will remember 2008 for its ‘crisis of capitalism’. The crash on Wall Street was the game-changer in the US election race, and it could soon be remembered as the gamechanger on climate change, too.

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'This is big'

Joss Garman
| 1st November 2008
‘Britain’s astounding retreat from reason is now legitimising anarchy.’ That was the conclusion of the hotblooded screaming radical Melanie Phillips, writing for The Spectator.

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Flights of fancy

Joss Garman
| 1st October 2008
Another day, another wonder crop offering green and guilt-free air travel. When will the aviation industry get is head out of the clouds?

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Coal is over

Joss Garman
| 22nd June 2008
Britain lingers near to the bottom of the European league table for renewable energy, so why does it seem that the government are willing to add more coal nails to the coffin?

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Climate Camp Is Back

Joss Garman
| 20th June 2008
It provoked an absolute storm. CNN’s ticker screamed that Britain was ‘under siege’ from environmental activists. Sky News dubbed it ‘the world’s most organised protest’ and the New Statesman ‘the most important protest of our time’

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Climate change politics

Joss Garman
| 19th June 2008
As an excuse to do nothing itself, this Labour Government has often hidden behind US intransigence on climate change, so it’ll be interesting to see how Gordon Brown might respond to a US President more progressive than he on global warming.

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