I have started dialoging about Climate Change with Sackle Akuete, who is now living in Ghana. This is what she has started to share with me of what it is like in Accra.   RJR: I spent time in the summer researching climate change. I read, from cover to cover, David Wallace-Wells’  The Uninhabitable Earth –…

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I have started dialoging about Climate Change with Sackle Akuete, who is now living in Ghana. This is what she has started to share with me of what it is like where she is in Accra.   RJR: I spent time in the summer researching climate change. I read, from cover to cover, David Wallace-Wells’  The…

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WHO REALLY CARES Nigel Summerley Savour by Rowena J Ronson “Time is not on our side,” says UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in something of an understatement, since he is talking about the survival of human beings on this planet. The world faces “irreversible” damage if most of our electricity is not produced from low-carbon sources by…

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Half Measures by Nigel Summerley A suggestion to work towards making half of our planet a protected area for wildlife might sound like the slightly bonkers idealism of some teenage eco-warrior. But the proposal comes from the renowned Harvard scientist Dr E O Wilson. And he’s 85. So has he perhaps lost the plot? It doesn’t…

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