Charlie Gardner’s letter to Fritz Vahrenholt of the GWPF

  Dear Professor Vahrenholt, I write to you as a conservation scientist, having spent my career working to stop the decline of nature across the world. I have read some of your work, and like you I am concerned about the potential impacts of rapid decarbonisation on the natural world, particularly if renewable energy infrastructure […]

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Natasha Walter’s Letter to Graham Stringer of the GWPF

  Dear Mr Stringer, I am writing to you about your position as trustee of the Global Warming Policy Foundation.  I am puzzled as to why you, as a Labour member of Parliament, have taken on such a role.  I am a member of the Labour party and while I welcome breadth of debate among […]

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Julia Steinberger’s letter to Michael J Kelly of the GWPF

    Dear Professor Michael J Kelly, I am writing to you as a scientist. I have a PhD in experimental physics, and moved on to study the biophysical resource use of economies, as well as the links between social progress and resource use. I have led a very successful project entitled “Living Well Within […]

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Sir Jonathon Porritt’s Letter to Jerome Booth of the GWPF

Sunday 2nd October   Dear Jerome Booth,   Forgive me contacting you out of the blue – but I was  just reading about your association with the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) in today’s Observer! That came as something of a surprise, I have to say, given the acumen you have brought to bear on […]

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Rupert Read’s Court StatementRupert Read

  May I start with one point of law. I wish to dispute the claim by the Prosecution that our action does not meet the criterion of addressing an ‘imminent’ threat to life. It is well-established in English law that ‘imminence’ does not only mean ‘that very night’ or the like. The classic example is […]

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Support the Tufton 3Jessica Townsend

A Writers Rebel Campaign On Trial for Causing Criminal Damage to the Home of Dark Money   Extinction Rebellion co-founder Clare Farrell, Professor Rupert Read and I are in the heart of London to perform an act of civil disobedience. Later, we expect to be arrested. I don’t know about the others, but I’m nervous. […]

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Watch: Paul Hilder lays out the facts of the matterPaul Hilder

  Paul Hilder was one of twenty speakers at 55 Tufton Street. His was the most forensic attack on Climate Change denial. After watching this, you’ll be left in no doubt how we’re being played, and who we’re being played by. If you feel strongly about the climate and ecological emergency, join us and help […]

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