Welcome to Climate Answers

Climate change is the most serious issue ever to have faced humanity. Rightly, it is now high on the public, political, media and business agendas. However, too much of the discussion is still about what we should not be doing or what we should be against. There is not enough discussion or information on solutions – what we can and should do to minimise dangerous climate change, and what should be done to make us not only safer and more secure, but also richer and happier.

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The future of the Shale industry – Stephen Tindale speaks at the APPG conference

The APPG on Unconventional Oil and Gas held a meeting at which Stephen was the key speaker – see the minutes of the discussion and conclusions of the future of the sector.

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The threats of the future are happening today

This summer’s heat wave reminds us that climate change is not a distant, future concern.

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European integration after the Euro crisis

Political leaders must outline a vision of what European integration can add in a globalised world. Reforming Europe’s policies and performance is more important than changing its treaties.

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2015 Lancet Commission report on health and climate change

Key quotes from, and a few of my comments on, the excellent Lancet Commission report

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Check out our new Facebook page!

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Climate answers is now on Facebook! Have a look and a like. https://www.facebook.com/climateanswers

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Can algae save the world?

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The potential of seaweed, a new generation of biofuel, to contribute to mitigating the climate and energy crises.

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The Epiphany of the Cowspiracy

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The unsung importance of animal agriculture to the climate crisis and what we can do about it.

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What the new Conservative government means for UK energy policy

Tory manifesto indicates no major change in energy policy, with exception of end to subsidy for onshore wind. But UK engagement with EU energy union looking less likely.

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2015 General Election manifestos on climate change

Analyses what the parties standing UK-wide are promising to do about climate change.

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Climate hustings in Hornsey and Wood Green

My thoughts on a climate hustings in Hornsey and Wood Green

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