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  • What you need to know about carbon removal

    What you need to know about carbon removal

    What do woolly pigs have to do with climate change? They're part of a vital, ingenious and evolving strategy to take carbon out of the sky and store it safely -- in trees, soils, the ocean, buildings,


    Gabrielle Walker
    Gabrielle Walker
  • What we learnt at TED and COP

    What we learnt at TED and COP

    Carbon removals was not on the official agenda at COP26, but the emerging ecosystem was out in force – and collaborating ever more closely – at both COP and TED Countdown.


    Delia Meth-Cohn
    Delia Meth-Cohn
  • Six areas for action on carbon removals

    Six areas for action on carbon removals

    We know what needs to be done – now we have to do it


    Delia Meth-Cohn
    Delia Meth-Cohn
  • Getting excited about carbon removals

    Getting excited about carbon removals

    In our conversation with Nigel Topping, Ugbaad Koser, Eli Mitchell-Larson and Patrick Buergi, we started thinking about all the different mindsets that are needed to pour positive energy into carbon r


    Delia Meth-Cohn
    Delia Meth-Cohn
  • Fireside chat with Nigel Topping

    Fireside chat with Nigel Topping

    Gabrielle discussed Carbon Dioxide Removals (CDR) with Nigel Topping, UN High-Level Climate Action Champion for the UK, during New York Climate Week in one of a series of talks curated by South Pole a


    Gabrielle Walker
    Gabrielle Walker
  • Rethinking Removals

    Rethinking Removals

    Climate science shows unequivocally that there is a big missing piece in the efforts to achieve net zero and meet the Paris climate goals. In addition to reducing carbon emissions, we will also have t


    Gabrielle Walker
    Gabrielle Walker
  • Shifting from if to how

    Shifting from if to how

    The IPCC tells us we’ve got to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 to have a chance of keeping 1.5 degrees alive AND we must remove substantial amounts of CO2 from the air. It’s not an


    Delia Meth-Cohn
    Delia Meth-Cohn
  • Everyone-everywhere Mission

    Everyone-everywhere Mission

    Gabrielle’s review of the controversial film produced by Michael Moore, Planet of the Humans, for the Times Literary Supplement, July 2020. In it, she highlights the mindsets of Doomism, Pu


    Gabrielle Walker
    Gabrielle Walker
  • Climate Change in the Time of Coronavirus

    Climate Change in the Time of Coronavirus

    In this recent Hay Festival podcast on Climate Change in the Time of Coronavirus, Gabrielle speaks alongside Christiana Figueres, Tom Rivett-Carnac, Nick Stern and Ed Hawkins, giving some perspective


    Gabrielle Walker
    Gabrielle Walker
  • The business of sustainable salmon

    The business of sustainable salmon

    In April 2017 Gabrielle wrote this piece for the Huffington Post about a new sustainability initiative among a group of enlightened CEOs in the salmon farming industry. 


    Gabrielle Walker
    Gabrielle Walker
  • COVID-19 and the Climate with Gabrielle Walker and Ed Gillespie

    COVID-19 and the Climate with Gabrielle Walker and Ed Gillespie

    With coronavirus set to cause the largest ever annual fall in CO2 emissions to date, this webinar heard from experts within the field of sustainability, Gabrielle Walker and Ed Gil


    Gabrielle Walker
    Gabrielle Walker
  • Climate Change & The Energy Sector (Energy in the Future)

    Climate Change & The Energy Sector (Energy in the Future)

    In May 2020, Dafydd Elis delivered a comprehensive lecture for the EMBA Club on the implications of climate change for the energy sector. In it, he highlights specific areas of changes in attitudes am


    Dafydd Elis
    Dafydd Elis
  • Don’t panic. Yet.

    Don’t panic. Yet.

    In this  article, which appeared in the TLS in September 2019, Gabrielle calls time on divisions between the primary players at the centre of the climate crisis - NGOs and bus


    Gabrielle Walker
    Gabrielle Walker