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Blogs - short snappy pieces, often topical, sometimes informal

TRUMPED!

Early responses to a devastating result

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From Climate Cartoons to Catharsis: How a Little Goes a Long Way

Working on a book about climate change, the only problem I hadn’t foreseen...that it would be so soul-crushingly heart-breaking.

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David Lowenthal and Climate Change Denial

Here in New York City, the summer felt hot, unusually so.

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Range Anxiety and the Pursuit of Guilt-free Motoring

There are lots of good things about rural living – space, cleaner air, less noise and jostle, loads of scope for growingfood if you’re so inclined (as I am). Community life round here is rich and diverse, in a bucolic kind of way.

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Brexit, Trump and Change

I had a conversation with a young activist recently who said she just loved change. She wanted ‘just to be involved in change’, and this seemed to mean any change, change perhaps for its own sake.

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Europe, Climate Change: Imagining Oneself to be an Exception

The idea a people has that they are an exception is not just a problem facing Britain and Europe in 2016, it lies at the heart of humankind’s relation to the planet.

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