Posts tagged with "climate change"

Guest blogger
By Sarah Butler-Sloss, Founder Director of Ashden
Ashden's Founder Director Sarah Butler-Sloss shares her initial reaction to the EU Referendum outcome and what it means for the sustainable energy sector.
Simon Brammer
By Simon Brammer, Ashden UK Programme Manager
With less than two months to go until the general election, we recently asked our UK winners what the future government – whatever shade, or combination of shades, it may be could be doing to promote sustainable energy.
Julia Hawkins
By Julia Hawkins, Ashden PR and Digital Media Manager
Is using social media a better way to spread our positive stories about tackling climate change than 'traditional' mainstream media?
Anne Wheldon
By Anne Wheldon, Ashden Knowledge and Research Adviser
On Sunday the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a summary of its latest review of global scientific research. This time it was on the mitigation of climate change – taking action to reduce the emissions of the greenhouse gases that cause climate warming, or removing them from the atmosphere after they have been emitted.
Anne Wheldon
By Anne Wheldon, Ashden Knowledge and Research Adviser
Early yesterday morning the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released the ‘Summary for policymakers’ of its latest review of global research. It looks at the impacts of climate change to date, the potential future impacts, and the possibilities for ‘adaptation’ – changing the way that we do things in order to live within these impacts.
Julia Hawkins
By Julia Hawkins, Ashden PR and Digital Media Manager
A fascinating RSA report published in December said we all have a responsibility as green practitioners to help shift the debate away from arguing whether or not climate change exists, and whose fault it is – to the solutions.