Tag Archive for 'Copenhagen'

Sir Bob Watson, DEFRA Chief Scientific Advisor, speaks about climate change to Channel 4 News

August 24th, 2012 by Channel 4 News

Tom Clarke, Channel 4 News Science Editor, interviews Sir Bob Watson, DEFRA Chief Scientific Adviser, about the peril of human induced climate change. Sir Bob Watson steps down from his role at DEFRA at the end of August 2012.  Professor Ian Boyd has been appointed to replace Sir Bob Watson as DEFRA’s Chief Scientific Adviser.

If Guernsey followed Copenhagen’s bicycle policy the quality of island life would improve

May 3rd, 2011 by Richard Lord

Sir Christopher Meyer supports view that political realism will dominate scientific realism at international climate change conferences for the foreseeable future

March 11th, 2011 by Sir Christopher Meyer

Sir Christopher Meyer, KCMG is the former UK Ambassador to the USA and to Germany.  Sir Christopher spoke at an ecobuild conference on 3 March 2011. ———- I am going to sit because I am a pessimist and I prefer to sit down when I am delivering a bad message. There are all kinds of […]

Climate Change: the city solution

June 29th, 2010 by Richard Lord

On 1 June 2010 the LSE hosted a public presentation by Ritt Bjerregaard, Mayor of Copenhagen, Denmark on Climate Change: the city solution. Copenhagen has promoted bicycling and low emissions zones. The LSE has made available the presentation as a video and as a MP3 file.