2015 letters

Letters published in 2015:

Climate change: UN backs fossil fuel divestment campaign (Guardian, 17 Mar 2015)
Politicians must have the courage to curb excessive media power (Guardian, 9 Apr 2015)
World Bank must do more on fossil fuels (Guardian, 15 Apr 2015)
Air pollution (Independent on Sunday, 19 Apr 2015)
Science is key to our country’s future wellbeing (Observer, 19 Apr 2015)
The Lib Dems had their chance to make a difference and it may not come again (Independent on Sunday, 3 May 2015)
Church’s mission to save the planet (Independent, 8 May 2015)
Climate pacts need tougher enforcement (Financial Times, 15 May 2015)
Renewables, yes, but we need carbon pricing too (Independent, 3 Jun 2015)
Diesel dangers spotted decades ago (Sunday Times, 7 Jun 2015)
Beautiful nuclear power stations still not green (Independent, 8 Jun 2015)
G7 propsal welcome but time is of the essence (Financial Times, 12 Jun 2015)
Exegesis of Pope Francis’s encyclical call for action on climate change (Guardian, 22 Jun 2015)
Tory position on climate change is completely contradictory (Independent on Sunday, 28 Jun 2015)
No proper monitoring of methane emissions (Financial Times, 21 Jul 2015)
Fracking subsidies would be better spent elsewhere (Guardian, 23 Jul 2015)
Climate change and the case for funding energy-efficiency schemes (Guardian, 28 Jul 2015)
Fewer people does not mean more CO2 emissions (Guardian, 4 Aug 2015)
Coal is dangerous, but shale gas is no answer (Independent, 11 Aug 2015)
Why did the BBC sack the Met Office? (Independent, 25 Aug 2015)
Trade agreement could bar action to save climate (Independent, 1 Sep 2015)
Free market does whatever it can get away with (Independent, 25 Sep 2015)
Motor industry fiercely opposed lead-free petrol (Financial Times, 28 Sep 2015)
Car makers exploited EU desire to curb climate change and pollution (Times, 4 Oct 2015)
China’s appalling record on health and safety (Independent on Sunday, 4 Oct 2015)
Governments woo the motor industry with dire results (Observer, 4 Oct 2015)
Professor Rockstrom is cautiously optimistic, but the reality is rather different (Independent, 18 Oct 2015)
Two myths the fossil fuel industry likes to propagate (Financial Times, 25 Oct 2015)
BBC spinning the latest news on climate change (Independent, 10 Nov 2015)
Tackling climate change should be the UK’s top energy priority (Guardian, 19 Nov 2015)
What if the City of London is flooded? (Independent, 20 Nov 2015)
Clean energy technology that could be made even more sustainable (Financial Times, 22 Nov 2015)
Examples of societies collapsing through force of habit (Guardian, 25 Nov 2015)
France bans marches and protest meetings at the upcoming UN summit on climate change (Independent, 29 Nov 2015)
Floods show depth of climate change denial (Independent, 8 Dec 2015)
To destroy human civilisation we just need to continue with business as usual (Guardian, 10 Dec 2015)
Climate think tank tactics no surprise (Independent, 12 Dec 2015)
Business as usual for China now COP 21 is over? (Financial Times, 15 Dec 2015)
Climate change and the continual demand for economic growth (Guardian, 15 Dec 2015)
Cameron’s double standards over climate change deal (Sunday Times, 20 Dec 2015)
Could he be called George Osborne by any chance? (Independent on Sunday, 20 Dec 2015)
Last stand of the climate deniers (Independent, 29 Dec 2015)