Longer Pieces

Climate of Opinion Institute for Public Policy Research  2010

After CopenhagenPublic Policy Research January-April 2010

Escaping climate policy Groundhog DayPublic Policy Research December 2008-February 2009

Engagement and political space for policies on climate – Institute for Public Policy Research, 2008

The political sustainability of the 2008 Climate Change Act – IGov Working Paper 1301, University of Exeter

Governance, politics and climate adaptation policies in Africa – draft of paper published in Development Policy Review, vol 13, no 6


Paying for climate policy – the case for long-term public borrowing Juncture (IPPR)

Technology, not targets, will save the planetSunday Times, 12 December 2010

Cancún is climate change groundhog dayNew Statesman, 8 December 2010

After Cancún: shifting climate gearsopenDemocracy, 6 December 2010

Creative destruction – a 21st Century progressive growth story Left Foot Forward, 1 December 2010

“We hoped for the best, but it turned out like usual”  – Presentation to the ZERO10! Conference, Norway, November 2010

Start with the politics, not the science (or the economics) – Presentation to the ZERO10! Conference, Norway, November 2010

After Copenhagen we need to change the climate argumentLeft Foot Forward, 22 December 2009

After CopenhagenopenDemocracy, 4 December 2009

The global politics of climate change: after the G8 openDemocracy, 17 July 2009

The G8 and climate change: towards CopenhagenopenDemocracy, 8 July 2009

Free markets will never tackle climate change effectively Comment is Free Guardian.co.uk 1 December 2008