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17 September 2014

Climate change: "We're running out of time"

Hundreds of thousands of people in the USA are expected to protest outside the UN climate change summit in New York on 23 September to demand serious and immediate action to avert an environmental catastrophe

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9 April 2014

System change to save the environment

The recent Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report (see last week's Socialist) has pointed to the devastating impact on food production, and habitat, and the resulting risks of increased famine, water shortages and state conflicts if human induced climate change is not halted, writes Kate Jones, Socialist Party Wales.

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2 April 2014

Climate change: Socialism and global planning essential

IPCC report: Climate change has arrived, and it is not politely knocking on the door. The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a 'call to action', hit the headlines

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19 March 2014

Genetic Modification: A contribution to the debate

The recent article in the Socialist issue 800 on genetic modification (GM) was an excellent antidote to the plethora of reactionary anti-science nonsense which prevails in a lot of media today

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26 February 2014

Floods show planning and investment needed

Britain has just had its wettest winter ever recorded. A couple of years ago it had one of its coldest

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19 February 2014

Floods reveal rottenness of government cuts

Climate change policy failure: Commenting on the most exceptional period of rainfall since records began 248 years ago, the Met Office's Chief Scientist, Julia Slingo, has said that "all the evidence suggests there is a link to climate change"

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photo Chris Moore

19 February 2014

Floods chaos: End cuts now!

The misery continues. On Tuesday there were still 118 flood warnings and 166 flood alerts. Four people have died. Thousands of houses and properties are under water. Sinkholes also pose a threat.

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photo Chris Moore

12 February 2014

Floods misery: Government cuts to blame

While thousands of homes and shops are waist deep in toxic water, and flooding hits new areas, government ministers indulge in a blame game

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29 January 2014

Debate on the environment

The European Union Framework for climate and energy conference recently agreed, after much wrangling, only a timid response to the threat of climate change

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28 January 2014

Floods: fully-funded environmental planning needed

Residents in Somerset still find their homes underwater four weeks after the initial floods.

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27 November 2013

Nothing achieved by UN climate talks

Contrary to the misleading upbeat media reports, the United Nations climate change conference in Warsaw, which was meant to agree binding reductions in CO2 emissions, effectively ended in failure

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20 November 2013

Philippines: Typhoon damage worsened by capitalism

Typhoon Haiyan ('Yolanda' in the Philippines) has caused destruction on a massive scale. This storm was three times more powerful than Hurricane Katrina, which killed 1,400 people in the United States

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2 October 2013

Big business puts profits before environment

The world is heating up - this is now beyond argument. A report from the UN has now backed the 97% of climate scientists who believe human activity to be the main cause, writes Geoff Jones.

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Scripps Institution of Oceanography in the USA graph of Carbon Dioxide concentrations

Scripps Institution of Oceanography in the USA graph of Carbon Dioxide concentrations

31 July 2013

Climate change accelerates... but capitalism sets the agenda

The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, the main cause of global warming, has reached a critical level, writes Pete Dickenson.

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Bee, photo by USDA Photo by Jack Dykinga

Bee, photo by USDA Photo by Jack Dykinga

8 May 2013

Big business threatens bees

The Con-Dem government has been accused of bowing to the agrochemical industry, supporting bad science, and threatening food production around the world, writes Pete Mason.

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Climate change demo December 2005 , photo Paul Mattsson

Climate change demo December 2005 , photo Paul Mattsson

13 March 2013

Energy starvation and climate change

Alternative energy and socialist planning needed: A spectre is haunting the world, the spectre of irreversible climate change. But at the same time the world is in the grip of a desperate hunger for energy, writes Geoff Jones.

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12 December 2012

Fracking - gas profit dash could wreck climate

In his Autumn Statement, Con-Dem chancellor George Osborne announced a new 'dash for gas' including fracking, the technology used to obtain gas and oil trapped in shale rock, writes Pete Mason.

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Flooding in the centre of Gloucester, 2007, photo Chris Moore

28 November 2012

Flooding tragedies - Socialist action needed to tackle climate change

While some of the worst storms and flooding in recent memory hit parts of Britain, UK climate change secretary Ed Davey was in Doha for the latest in the series of toothless United Nations Climate Change conferences

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National Snow and Ice Data Centre graph of arctic ice extent, 17 September 2012, photo by NSIDC

National Snow and Ice Data Centre graph of arctic ice extent, 17 September 2012, photo by NSIDC

19 September 2012

Global warming: Capitalists skating on thin ice

The National Snow and Ice Data Centre is expected to announce a new low in the extent of the arctic sea ice, writes Pete Mason.

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22 August 2012

Food: Scoffing on profits

Food prices soar: "Please sir, may I have some more?" It's not just Dickensian orphans who have to fight for the most basic staple - food...

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