I have been writing elsewhere on topics that are similar to those on Brussels Blog so if you read any of these here …
There is a graphical index on bkuk.com
- The Wall Street Journal, Climate Change Denial, and the Galileo Gambit
- All Hell will Break Loose
- Correcting for more than just el Niño
- Sadiq’s housing policies
- London Housing Commission misses bigger pictures
- Don’t nuke Brazil
- Green belts and corporate land banks
- Prototype sustainable neighbourhoods
- Tax credits tame the self employed
- How The Joseph Rowntree Foundation Stopped Worrying And Learned To Love The Tory Party
- Can we keep under 2°C without reducing consumption? And 1.5°C?
- The Committee on Climate Change should tell the whole truth.
- Working Full Time And Think You’re Safe From The Jobcentre? Not If The DWP Get Their Way.
- Did Angus Robertson svengali Mhairi Black’s maiden speech?
- Capitalists are not all nice but…
- Green growth and the limp left
- More climate silence from the BBC
- The BBC and missing climate feedbacks
- Optimism and pessimism on climate
- Brazil’s Great Amazon Rainforest Burns
- Reduce meat & dairy to the save climate
- Cars: A waste of space
- Courage in Congress
- Climate and the Maharaja Mac
- Must a Green City have Tall Buildings?
- The Met Office doubts the IPCC
- Labour should read the Daily Mail
- Lord Stern speaks
- Car filth kills
- Spin: UK footprint
I have several pieces on YorkMix.com. Thanks to guidance of the editor, Chris Titley, I think the writing is rather clearer than usual:
- Can your children afford to live in York?
- York is drowning in a sea of greenwash
- York’s burning questions about this incinerator
- How Drax could be the greenest machine in the world
- Four steps to turn York University green
- Public schoolboys thrive while student nurses struggle
- Putting York’s ‘premature deaths’ claim to the data test
- York’s great £1 billion giveaway
- How the ‘Halifax tax’ adds £50k to the price of every new York house
- How the Joseph Rowntree Foundation could do more for the poor
The list of these is updated at YorkMix Author Archives: Geoff Beacon
A Renewal City is an urban development that from the time of its foundation, and throughout its life, creates wealth to sponsor projects that are beneficial to life on Earth.
The Green Ration Book
A panel approach to carbon footprints: The aim of the panel is to give guidance on our daily activities with regard to the damage we do to the global environment in relation to what our fair share should be.
It’s simple (itssimple.org.uk)
A collection of websites about climate and economics
Sep 2009: Its Simple and related websites.
The Treasury Select Committee (written evidence)
Jan 2007: Memorandum on environmental leadership
Climate Change Questions (ccq.org.uk)
Sep 2009: Construction pollutes
No high buildings (nohighbuildings.org.uk)
Oct 2009: Eco-towns aren’t eco
More jobs (morejobs.org.uk)
Auntie Jayne solves you poem
My good friends at RenewalCities have kindly had this new web-site designed for me. It is a showcase of my work as a poetic agony aunt – I answer problems sent to me as poems.
May 2008 : We’ll fly you over burning forests
Centre for cities (my comments)
Transition network (my comments)
Mar 2014: BBC: The wrong debate
Treehugger (my comments)
AECB (my comments)
Jan 2007: Topic: Operation vs Construction CO2
Jan 2008: Topic: keeping draughty house warm
Food Climate Research Network (my comments)
Jun 2014: FCRN commentary on Sustainable Food Trust blog on red meat. My comment at the end. See also my NoBeef.org.uk
Sep 2014: The role of no-till agriculture in climate change mitigation may be over-stated. My comment “Where’s the budget for proper research?
Arctic Sea Ice Blog (my comments)
Jul 2014: Wildfires not in the CMIP5 Models
Arctic Sea Ice Forum (my comments)
Aug 2014: Local effects of methane emissions
Sep 2014: Comments on the work of David Wasdell
Oct 2014: Comment on the effect of tree planting
Sep 2014: Why coal is (still) worse than fracking and cow burps. Pierrehumbert underestimates the dangers of provoking positive climate feedbacks
Jul 2008: Questions for Lord Turner of the Climate Change Committee. I set up this website to report exchanges with the Committee on Climate Change. Slight tinges of green ink on my part but broadly: I was right they were wrong but I’m still not sure who “they” really were.
Forbes.com (My comments)
DOSBAT.com (My comments)
Jul 2014: Question about Foster and Rahmsdorf on That ‘no warming since 1998’ bollocks meme
RealClimate.org (My comments)
Huffington post (My comments)
Oct 2014: the Physics-Politics-Gap
Labour List (My comments)
The Guardian (My comments)
Carbusters (My comments)
Dec 2014: Keep the European night trains
Disqus (My comments)
To be continued …
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