An explanation of the science behind the One Hundred Months campaign
31 July 2008
100 months on from 1 August 2008, atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases will begin to exceed a point whereby it is no longer likely we will be able to avert potentially irreversible climate change.
“We have 100 months to save our climate. When the clock stops ticking, we could be beyond our climate’s tipping point, the point of no return”
This short paper explains how we calculated this timeframe and provides scientific references.
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Analysing options for systemic change to transform the world’s economic and financial systems after the pandemic
Chaitanya Kumar, Andrew Pendleton, Jonathan Barth, Lucas Coscieme, Andreas Dimmelmeier, Katherine Trebeck, Sarah Mewes, Isabel Nuesse
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How to ensure that everyone has enough to live on through the crisis and create good jobs that protect our planet.
23 November 2020
Economists call for changes to Bank’s mandate to help UK hit carbon zero target
19 November 2020
After its legacy of deindustrialisation, attempts to stop a new coal mine in West Cumbria have to bring along disenfranchised workers and communities.
26 October 2020