John Gibbons: Climate science has long been the victim of ‘fake news’ obscuring uncomfortable truths
By pouncing on supposed uncertainties in climate science, big business interests and their supporters in the media divert attention away from the real climate emergency
To the political classes and wider public still reeling from the onslaught of fake news, and incredulous that the very foundations of democracy can be swept away in a blizzard of lies, climate scientists might well say: hold my beer.
Take Phil Jones, a quietly spoken climatologist at the University of East Anglia in England. In 2009, he was caught up in an illegal hacking attack on the university’s email servers which was later dubbed...
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Commission to adopt proposals to force firms to come clean on green credentials
Revision to directive will bring transparency on sustainability on a par with financial reporting
A change is gonna come: the slow but sure arrival of the green energy age
The extreme snowstorms ravaging Texas and failure of the state’s electricity supply are a reminder that the fossil fuel era is on borrowed time
John Gibbons: Investors’ slow shuffle away from fossil fuel giants gathering speed
Real climate action is finally happening – and the key driver is, improbably, the global investment community
All businesses may have to report carbon emissions
New government body will consider EU’s proposal to extend to all companies the requirement of reporting carbon emissions