Joss Garman

Joss Garman is a senior campaigner at Greenpeace UK. He previously co-founded the Plane Stupid direct action campaign against airport expansion.

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Protestors at the People's Climate March in Lima, Peru calling for the ministers at the UN Climate talks to agree to a global shift to 100 per cent clean energy by 2050

More international co-operation on climate change, but it's a process mired in blame

For decades, international negotiations on global warming have been dogged by a deep divide between developed and developing countries.

Have the US and China just turned the tables on climate change?

Finally, the world's major polluters are taking real action

US first lady Michelle Obama (2nd L) and her mother Marian Robinson (L) share a light moment with Chinese President Xi Jinping (2nd R) and his wife Peng Liyuan

Europe now lags behind the US and China on climate change. It should take the lead once more

Political leaders seem to be suffering from a crisis of confidence

‘Green crap’? Cameron's u-turn on the environment is just as shameful as Clegg's on tuition fees

What we are witnessing is more than simply a shift in rhetoric

Green protest: Supporters of the detainees outside London’s Russian embassy

The Government's answer to global warming? Cold feet

Oil companies, keen to feed our fossil fuel dependency, blame green levies for rising prices. Yet clean energy could be cheaper too

Two wheels good: Cameron used to cycle to work, but it didn’t last

Cameron talks the green talk, but... that's all

Joss Garman is still waiting for the PM's new era of environmentalism

Out In The Cold: Dropping green policies clouds the outlook for the climate and economy alike

Joss Garman: A Black Wednesday for the environment?

A furtive announcement late on Friday exposes the extent of Lib Dem complicity in the Chancellor’s backward thinking

Joss Garman: Obama could save the talks with a single call to COP17

The big question in Durban is whether an extraordinarily obstructive Obama administration is days away from killing this long climate process and burying its corpse next to the Doha round of trade talks.

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