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Roz PidcockThe UK Conservative case for action on the environment | @FT: "If Mr Johnson wants an area where he can follow the science, and where the UK can be world-beating, he needs to look no further"
Artificial carbon dioxide removal (CDR) from the atmosphere has been proposed as a measure for mitigating climate change and restoring the climate system to a target state after exceedance (“overshoo...
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A German government commission recently proposed to phase out coal by 2038, which implies that the country will miss its 2020 climate target. This study shows that a more ambitious timeline for phasing out coal by 2025 would have been better aligned...
The phrase “climate change” has been mentioned over 19,000 times in British parliamentary debates, with Labour politicians using the term more than representatives from any other party.
Roz PidcockHow often current and recent UK Prime Ministers mentioned #ClimateChange during their time in parliament:
Boris Johnson: 10
Theresa May: 62
David Cameron: 95
Gordon Brown: 101 (oversaw Climate Change Act)
Interesting and nerdy analysis by @CarbonBrief
Roz PidcockInteresting to note shift in language by MPs, not just number of mentions. From Greenhouse Effect through Global Warming to Climate Change. Notable recent uptick in #ClimateEmergency, reflecting tone of wider conversation buff.ly/2UQgAEKpic.twitter.com/2cBfGewvvw
Roz PidcockV interesting analysis @CarbonBrief. But with the Twitter stuff, you can follow a list without following the indivs on the list. Do you know if MPs follow lists or hashtags? And they may create own lists without following the people (though not sure why)