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Making biomass work
Matt Williams, Climate Change Policy Officer I was embarrassingly proud today when I was quoted for the first time as an RSPB climate change policy officer. The article was published on my birthday too, which is a nice treat. My statement is in an article related to biomass, which Government hopes...
7 Sep 2012
Lab chops for supper, gentlemen?
Further thoughts on food and climate from Heather Ducharme, RSPB Senior Climate Change Policy Officer Our summer issue of Birds magazine featured an article on ‘shopping for sun bears’ – charming inhabitants of tropical forests in south-east Asia that are menaced by forest clearance...
3 Sep 2012
Biodiversity and people on the front line
With climate change increasingly affecting wildlife and nature conservation, our new report published with Natural England and WWF-UK shows that the Earth's wildlife and natural systems are already showing significant impacts. It’s a timely to our political leaders - and to us all - just what's...
5 Jul 2012
Watch an RSPB climate campaigner in action
As many of you will know, there have been for many years long and drawn out negotiations over a global deal on climate change to follow on from the Kyoto Protocol, which will expire next year. The RSPB has engaged with 2 key parts of these negotiations - getting a deal and funding to protect the world's...
29 Jun 2011
Notes from Cancun: Crystal ball gazing and strategizing
Day 2: Crystal ball gazing and strategizing Today was strategy day. We headed out to the University of the Caribbean past the burgeoning hotel complexes on the sand spit that is Cancun. Representatives of hundreds of NGOs flocked together under the umbrella of the Climate Action Network,...
30 Nov 2010
Notes from Cancun: Lurking with intent
Two of our colleagues are in Cancun. Over the next ten days we'll be sharing their thoughts and experiences from the talks first-hand. Day 1: Lurking with intent Today we found out that an exclusive group of land and forests negotiators from rich countries were having a secret pre-meet in a posh...
30 Nov 2010
Turning a blind eye to illegal logging
If I import a lorry load of stolen bicycles, successfully slipping them through border control and into the country, I could still get into a lot of trouble with the police for being in possession of stolen goods. And rightly so. For every stolen good there is a crime that has been committed and a victim...
21 Sep 2010
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