Tag: climate change

W(h)ither Democracy; Latin American progress; China’s tobacco problem and poor world cancer; climate change progress: a Developmentista’s Guide to this week’s Economist

Should I be worried about how much I enjoy The Economist? I get some stick from colleagues, who reckons it is surreptitiously dripping neoliberal poison into my formerly socialist soul. But it’s just so good! On a good week, there are half a dozen must-read articles on development-related issues, which I try to tweet. But […]

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Campaigning on Hot v Cold Issues – what’s the difference?

I recently began an interesting conversation with our new campaigns and policy czar, Ben Phillips, who then asked me to pick the FP2P collective brain-hive for further ideas. Here goes. The issue is ‘cold’ v ‘hot’ campaigning. Over the next couple of years, we will be doing a lot of campaigning on climate change and […]

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How is Climate Change affecting South Africa?

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How will the meltdown affect development?

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Recession, development and climate change: the big picture

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Bailouts v aid v climate change – $ reveals priorities

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The Rights and Wrongs of Food Miles

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How did the book go down in Obamerica?

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Climate Wrongs, Human Rights and Female Condoms

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So what do other people think of the book?

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