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  • COP15

    Date
    18 January 2010

    We asked leaders from across our global network leaders for their thoughts on the outcome of COP15 - and what it might mean for business, policy and climate action in their regions.

    COP15 logo
  • Dr Ajar Mathur

    Date
    01 December 2009

    The Climate Group spoke with the Director General of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Dr. Ajay Mathur, to find out more about the work happening on energy efficiency in India and what can be done to enhance these efforts.

    Dr Ajay Mathur
  • James Cameron

    Date
    27 March 2009

    The Climate Group caught up with James Cameron to discuss his <a href="http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/guest_contributors/article5827298.ece" title="recent call for climate bonds">recent call for climate bonds</a>, which he believes could fast-track investment into the infrastructure projects that will put the UK on the path to a low carbon future.

    James Cameron on Climate Bonds
  • Dr Erik Haites on Climate Finance

    Date
    27 March 2009

    A global agreement on climate change must not only set targets and commitments - it must come up with a means to finance its implementation. The Climate Group recently spoke with <strong>Dr. Erik Haites</strong> to better understand the challenges and intricacies of achieving and implementing a successful financial framework.

    Dr Erik Haites on Climate Finance
  • Gregory Barker M.P.

    Date
    05 February 2009

    On 16 January, the UK Conservative Party made headlines with their Low Carbon Economy plan. The Climate Group spoke with Gregory Barker, Conservative MP and Shadow Minister for the Environment, about the proposal...

    Gregory Barker M.P.
  • Martin Parry

    Date
    30 September 2008

    The Climate Group recently spoke with Martin Parry on the subject of climate science. Parry is co-chair of the IPCC's Working Group II on Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability...

    Martin Parry
  • Mike Rann

    Date
    06 August 2008

    Leader of the driest state on the driest continent, <strong>South Australian Premier Mike Rann</strong> understands the need to tackle climate change perhaps more than most...

    Mike Rann
  • Shyam Saran

    Date
    01 July 2008

    <strong>Shyam Saran</strong> is the Indian Prime Minister's Special Envoy on climate change issues. In the lead-up to the <strong>2008 G8 Summit</strong>, The °Climate Group spoke with Mr Saran about the role India can play in the development of a fair, equitable and effective global deal on climate change...

    Shyam Saran
  • Preeti Malhotra

    Date
    23 April 2008

    Preeti Malhotra has worked closely with the Indian government across bilateral and multilateral negotiations and processes, including the UNFCCC, Asia-Pacific Partnership, and G8+5 dialogues, to name a few. She joined The °Climate Group as our India Director in March 2008...

    Preeti Malhotra
  • Dr Chris Tuppen

    Date
    22 January 2008

    In an exclusive interview with The °Climate Group, <strong>Dr Chris Tuppen, BT's Director of Sustainable Development,</strong > discusses how BT, the information and communications technology (ICT) sector as a whole, and a BT-championed electricity labeling scheme are powering people and systems toward a low-carbon future...

    Dr Chris Tuppen

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