Barack Obama now argues “we are speeding our car towards the cliff at a very fast rate”. Adrian Bridge, CEO of the 326yr old port company hosting the former US president adds “what we need to do is stop talking and start doing!” So what next? NICK BREEZE reports
NICK BREEZE, co-founder of the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series, responds to Dr Robert Biel's article on systems theory to discuss climate change and the failure of one generation and the agency of the next
Lisa Walker has been focused on the climate change issue for 20 years. Her mission today is to democratise carbon markets in order to protect and restore the worlds natural carbon sinks. If successful, this equates to a saving of 37 percent of global emissions, whilst establishing vast new carbon markets. NICK BREEZE reports
The World Economic Forum is a beast with two heads; the first is old-world economic growth and capitalism, while the new is one set on solving the mountain of problems created by the other. How can events like the WEF be 'retooled' to serve succeeding generations? NICK BREEZE reports
A demonstration in Zurich, organised in less than a week, has attracted thousands of people from all walks of life, outraged by Donald Trump’s policies and telling the US President to stay away, NICK BREEZE reports
Professor Jason Box, glaciologist at the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, tells NICK BREEZE how the largest ice shelf in Greenland has just lost an area of ice shelf the size of Manhattan Island. Its recent breaking away was a 'spectacular' event - but also a highly abnormal one that raises deep concerns about the future of the Arctic and prospective global sea level rise.
Who's the UK's foremost politician setting the agenda on climate change issues? Green MP Caroline Lucas, of course. Nick Breeze caught up with her at a COP21 event at the French National Assembly in Paris. The fossil fuel industry is in its last throes, she told him - but it's fighting back hard, and politicians are giving out very mixed messages: saying one thing, while doing another.
The IPCC's 'Representative Concentration Pathways' are based on fantasy technology that must draw massive volumes of CO2 out of the atmosphere late this century, writes Nick Breeze - an unjustified hope that conceals a very bleak future for Earth, and humanity.