An Essay on Climate Change
‘The main action in Warsaw was to agree on a successor to the Kyoto Protocol, but the disagreements are longstanding, fundamental and intractable’
The new president of the British Academy and climate policy guru deserves a global roasting for his work on global warming
The Australian floods were encapsulated by underrated national poet, Dorothea Mackellar, whose poem “My Country” best captured the post-diluvian mood
With advances in technology, we are learning more and more about the way the Sun is developing
‘All is still to play for in this lethal game of blindfold chess’
When politics has entered the scientific debate over climate change, how can we trust the experts?
If you read the Saturday Telegraph, you may have noticed that its many sections include a great deal of eco-exortation. It is evidently editorial and marketing policy at the Torygraf to push a Green agenda.
An Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look at Global Warming by Nigel Lawson, and Blueprint for a Safer Planet by Nicholas Stern