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LSE's world-leading centre for policy-relevant research & training in climate change & the environment, chaired by Lord Nicholas Stern. Tweets by Merlin Sibley.
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Grantham LSE 11h
Maarten Hage: In the long term we probably want to end up with some sort of negative emissions market where technologies can compete. But we are a long way from that - some technologies are still very immature, so innovation policy is still an important driver.
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Grantham LSE 11h
Steve Smith: A lot of land practice measures that create negative emissions have a whole host of co-benefits, including air quality and biodiversity. The question is how to optimise across these co-benefits. This is where social engagement is important.
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Grantham LSE 11h
.: The biggest barrier to negative emissions technologies is the sense of urgency. To achieve the scale of deployment needed by 2050, we need to have policy mechanisms locked down in the 2020s.
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Grantham LSE 11h
Emily Cox: The public will generally only approve of negative emissions technologies if it’s part of a broader portfolio of mitigation action. People want a long-term vision of where the UK is going
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Grantham LSE 11h
UK Government should create market for greenhouse gas removals and increase for businesses to achieve emissions by 2050 – new policy report by
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Grantham LSE 11h
.: The CCC Net Zero advice shows that no single sector will be able to get to gross zero emissions in 2050. Negative emissions technologies act as a cross-sectoral backstop
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Grantham LSE 12h
We’ll be tweeting live from our panel discussion on the role of greenhouse gas removal technologies from 11am London time.
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LSE Events May 20
NEXT WEEK: & are hosting Jared Diamond to present his new book on how 7 countries have survived defining catastrophes through selective change, a process of painful self-appraisal and adaptation.
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Grantham LSE May 16
.: climate change is not just an environmental issues it's a humanitarian one
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Grantham LSE May 16
.: What gives me hope when it comes to tackling change is people
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Grantham LSE May 16
.: When we talk about climate change important to make it personal, related to where we live and solution focused
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Grantham LSE May 16
.: We need to talk about real practical things we can do to tackle climate change
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Grantham LSE May 16
.: When it comes to what we can do about climate change the biggest thing we can do to start with is to talk about it
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Grantham LSE May 16
.: The fact that political polarisation has such a major impact on where people stand on climate change is a key challenge
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Grantham LSE May 16
Hashtag for this afternoon's lecture & for any questions for is
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Grantham LSE May 16
If you couldn’t make it to LSE for our talk by on changing the climate dialogue you can watch the live stream here from around 12:30 UK time
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Nick Robins May 16
‘I believe that the 21st century will be characterised by a climate revolution’ says at Ireland’s event adding ‘I’m optimistic that the climate revolution will be a real opportunity for creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs & new wealth’
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Grantham LSE May 16
. & David Attenborough have helped put climate change back on the agenda but how can we all talk about it in way that motivates behaviour change & political action? Still a few places left to hear at 12.30 today
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Grantham LSE May 16
Labour Party plans to fit solar panels in 1.75m UK homes, lived in by socially housed or low-income households, if elected Via
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Dr Helena Wright May 15
My new blog for : Why China should green its overseas finance. Shifting China Development Bank's investment from to clean energy will boost China’s own economy and jobs
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