Tag Archives: climate change

Mar 22 2016

Global Youth at COP21: Video Series

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 Can innovation outpace climate change? How can cities and business engage in climate action? Is the issue of climate change a crisis of power and inequality?  Is there a trade-off between climate action and economic growth? How has the influence of lobbies … Continue reading

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Jan 13 2016

COP 21 sends low-carbon signal to businesses

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  Reporting back from the COP 21 UN climate summit in Paris, Fannie Delavelle found the international gathering to be a huge opportunity for organisations from across the globe to make new connections, seeking innovative solutions to shared challenges.  But … Continue reading

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Jan 11 2016

Three things I learnt at COP 21

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    Is it such a bad thing that the UN climate agreement isn’t legally binding?   And how does climate change affect gender equality, and migration?  Now the dust has started to settle on the COP 21 climate summit, Fannie … Continue reading

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Nov 9 2015

8 things I learnt at Energy Live 2015

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  The Energy Live 2015 conference line-up looked like a who’s who of movers and shakers in the energy world, starring MPs and policy makers, industry leaders, consumers, energy managers and more.  Jon Emmett went along to join the debate. … Continue reading

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Nov 27 2013

Local climate action through cycling

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Alejandra López-Carbajal, Environment and Development MSc student at LSE, argues that her own Mexico City is living proof that cycling is key to creating more liveable cities and reducing urban transport emissions.        I always find it difficult … Continue reading

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Sep 11 2013

Everything but climate change

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Carolina Figueroa, MSc Environment and Development student, argues that while climate change has come to dominate debates around sustainability, it isn’t the only issue we should be focusing on.   Last July, the Sustainable Development Network released the results of … Continue reading

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Jun 26 2013

Sustainable Futures: your chance to help run the world

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Robin Ray, MSc student in the Geography and Environment Department, and President of the LSE SU Sustainable Futures Society, argues that we all have a role to play in climate change, and that we can start here at LSE.  A … Continue reading

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