HOME AND BLOG PAGE. This is the only page that provides for multiple postings (a limitation in the design of the site). These include blog items and also older archived material. The list immediately below the author's photo on the right has these postings tagged by subject. So BLOG takes you to recent topical comments, Europe to both blog and other items with a Europe content, and so on. Older blogs may eventually be deleted from the blog section but remain under their subject headings on this page.
OTHER PAGES. These will be mainly subject specific, and are usually rather longer pieces of analysis or comment. Current pages include SCIENCE VS SCEPTICISM, DECARBONISING HEAT, CUMULATIVE CARBON, and A CLIMATE MANIFESTO.
RECEIVE NEW POSTS BY EMAIL. Use the facility that appears at the bottom of every page
SIDE BOX FOR LINKS TO OTHER SITES. These are intended to be links to other sites that provide information or relevant comment, eg on climate science, or on areas of research linked to subject matter. I will be adding to this list and continuing to suggest links I believe are particularly interesting or useful.
OTHER SIDE BOXES. Two of these provide an alternative means of finding any postings that are not separate pages, but are posted within the HOME AND BLOG page. One is organised by subject matter and the other is archived by date of posting.
FULL LISTING (BLOG ITEMS ONLY AT THIS STAGE). This is shown below in reverse date order. Just click on a title to reach the item.
February 19, 2019. CAN COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS GRASP THE CLIMATE CHANGE NETTLE? And can we justify ambitious targets?
8 March 2017. HOUSE OF LORDS DOWNPLAYS CLIMATE ISSUES AND THE BIGGEST MARKET FAILURE OF ALL. [3 of 3] Discusses proposal to postpone emissions reduction. 64
1 July 2016. BREXIT LAWSON SCIENCE AND CLIMATE. IS THERE A THREAT TO PARIS? Suggests the momentum for climate policy may now be too strong, and is likely to be reinforced in trade discussions. 29
8 June 2016. THE IMPORTANCE OF CARBON PRICING. Short general statement of why we need to internalise the long term costs of GHG and carbon emissions. 20