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In the media

2011-03-17
Climate change: the science and the politics - opinion piece published in The Times, 6 December 2010, during the run-up to the Cancun climate conference.
2009-05-28
Carbon trading and cash values on forests cannot curb carbon emissions - Oscar Reyes argues that climate change solutions cannot be created by unfettered markets, despite what business leaders think, The Guardian, Thursday 28 May 2009. "When Sir Crispin Tickell had the temerity to suggest that 'the business community needs to re-examine the fundamentals of economics' at the recent World Business Summit on Climate Change in Copenhagen, his discordant tone was drowned out by a chorus of more than 800 delegates singing the praises of unfettered markets as a means to tackle climate change ... "
2009-05-28
Conversations with Green Gurus - the book by Laura Mazur and Louella Miles. This book contains interviews with 15 key environmental thinkers including Sir Crispin Tickell, and represents, say the publishers "the collective wisdom of some of the most influential environmental movers and shakers of our time".
2008-01-01
World′s highest climate observatory to be named for Sir Crispin Tickell - lead article in Climate Alert winter 2008, published by the Climate Institute (HTML version). "On September 24, 2007 the Climate Institute announced that it is naming for Sir Crispin Tickell a new High Altitude Climate Observatory in Pico de Orizaba National Park. The Tickell Climate Center will be the first high altitide climate observatory in Mexico and the highest of its kind in the world. ... "
2008-01-01
World′s highest climate observatory to be named for Sir Crispin Tickell - lead article in Climate Alert winter 2008, published by the Climate Institute (.pdf version). It reports: "On September 24, 2007 the Climate Institute announced that it is naming for Sir Crispin Tickell a new High Altitude Climate Observatory in Pico de Orizaba National Park. The Tickell Climate Center will be the first high altitide climate observatory in Mexico and the highest of its kind in the world ... ". Note: This links to the entire Climate Alert issue as .pdf file.
2006-04-10
The Policy Foresight Programme of the James Martin Institute at Oxford University takes over the former Green College Centre for Environmental Policy and Understanding, with Crispin Tickell as its director. The Press Release.
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