Monthly Archives: June 2015
Francis speaks frankly on the crisis of civilisation
Below, text of my article that first appeared on TheJournal.ie last night, just ahead of the unveiling of the eagerly awaited Papal Encyclical. Thus far, it has been read over 48,000 times, with well over 1,000 shares via Facebook and solid … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming, Media, Psychology, Sustainability Tagged encyclical, Pope Francis, TheJournal.ie 2 Comments
A Climate Bill that’s built to fail?
The confirmation earlier today that retired ESRI economist, Prof John FitzGerald has been given the plum job of chairing the Expert Advisory Council on Climate Change has hardly been greeted with universal applause. The first question is what exactly qualifies FitzGerald … Continue reading
Posted in Economics, Global Warming, Irish Focus Tagged Climate Bill, ESRI 1 Comment