Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Speed We Respond to Climate Change

What could seriously help deal with climate changing emissions but only moves at 89 metres a day ? One answer is Negawatts.  Instead of paying utilities to build more power stations to meet rising demand, or exhorting consumers to use … Continue reading

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The Unwise Campaign Footprint And Its Impact on The Carbon Footprint

Here are some more studies showing how values can determine responses to climate change campaigns and ‘behaviour change’ programmes. The previous blog reported international surveys which found many more people saying they experienced climate change “happening”, than the total who … Continue reading

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