Two interesting climate change stories in the news this week: from tipping points to fasting Bishops. A new report from University of East Anglia suggests climate change may happen faster than we thought, in that there are key tipping points
The poll has now closed in our healthy eating survey. Although the sample was not huge 85% of you registered as SHEEP – shoppers with healthy, environmentally engaged principles – good news for our collective health, for responsible food production
The BBC announced today the results of a new global poll on climate change. According to the Globescan poll, an average of 79% of respondents agreed that “human activity, including industry and transportation, is a significant cause of climate change”.
We liked this climate change story in this week’s Economist. The idea, mooted a decade ago and re-introduced by British researcher Mr John Munford this week, is, in short: throw iron filings into the sea, the iron then produces nutrients
Floods, freak rainfall and so on – the latest research says it is due to climate change – read the article on the Greenpeace website. There are many recorded real life indicators of climate change but here’s a small but
According to an Ipsos Mori poll of 2000 people in June, some 56% of those polled said that they thought scientists were still questioning climate change and what was causing it, with many saying that global warming was exaggerated, perhaps
As some of you might be aware AOL and Pocket Issue have been running a survey on AOL’s new Go green site. The survey is on the ‘Open to Debate’ page, an extract from our title, Pocket Issue, Global Warming.