Tag: climate

Lies, Damned Lies and Climate Targets

You have lies, damned lies, statistics and then you have climate targets which may be the most dishonest of all. The UK 🇬🇧 was the first country to declare a legally binding net zero target for 2050, a point which carbon emissions and absorption… Continue Reading “Lies, Damned Lies and Climate Targets”

Carbon Capture and Storage

So I ran a poll on Instagram and 2/3 of people said we should invest in this. Not surprising as it does feature in pretty much every climate strategy and model we have. A few raised the issue of trees, absolutely we should have… Continue Reading “Carbon Capture and Storage”

Have XR Crossed the Line?

Activism has been around a long time and studies have shown that the environmental sector is bad at it. It has achieved less here than it has anywhere else with those who take part being labelled as “tree huggers”, “hippies” and other colourful terms.… Continue Reading “Have XR Crossed the Line?”

“Climate Change: Law Used as Stick to Beat Government” BBC-Headline.

Really not sure what the @bbcnews are implying with this headline and story? The law is not “being used as a stick”, the law is attempting to be upheld against actions that break it. Environmentalists are not “hounding the government”, they are taking fair… Continue Reading ““Climate Change: Law Used as Stick to Beat Government” BBC-Headline.”

Stop Making Communications Difficult! It is easy really.

448 page report on Sustainability? I’ll pass thanks. As someone who does communications work in sustainability, I find this important. Take the latest Committee on Climate Change Report. It set out the UK climate targets, our carbon budget and a lot of ideas. Well,… Continue Reading “Stop Making Communications Difficult! It is easy really.”

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