The Elephant

A resource for journalists, politicians, policy makers, activists and citizens interested in climate change and the environmental emergency

Source: LinkedIn


Articles from this source (9)

Claudia Luiza Manfredi Gasparovic on LinkedIn: I thought most of us were going to die from the climate crisis. I was wrong | 189 comments

  2024-02-09 (or before) in LinkedIn

Caught up with this article and couldn't help but feel perplexed and concerned about the analysis. Anyone else feels the same way? The main argument Hannah… | 189 comments on LinkedIn

Running my heat pump cost half the cost of my gas boiler

  2024-01-17 (or before) in LinkedIn

  Tagged under: Heat Pumps

Valuing What Counts: Framework to Progress Beyond Gross Domestic Product

  2023-06-06 (or before) in LinkedIn

Gross domestic product (GDP) is the most widely used benchmark to measure a countrys economic progress and the value of the goods and services it produces.

GDP also reflects a harmful anachronism at the heart of global policymaking:our economic models and measurements overlook many aspects that sustain life and contribute to human well-being, while perversely placing disproportionate value on activities that deplete the planet.

  Tagged under: GDP | Economic Growth

MetService on LinkedIn: #rain #severeweather #impacts #warnings #weather | 93 comments

  2023-05-21 (or before) in LinkedIn

Learning from historic data to understand weather extremes in our current climate. If you feel like 2023 has been particularly wet in the upper North Island,… | 93 comments on LinkedIn

Re-using LNG Terminals for Hydrogen

  2022-11-26 (or before) in LinkedIn

If you care about energy and decarbonization issues, you'd find it hard to avoid noticing the considerable hyperbolic messaging emitted by the fossil gas industry- producers and distributors- in relation to how their installed infrastructure can be re-used in future for hydrogen. As mentioned in my

  Tagged under: Hydrogen

The Big Sustainability Illusion - how a whole crowd of incrementalist ESG progress proponents wants to make us think they support "Sustainability"​

  2021-03-01 (or before) in LinkedIn

Reform of corporate disclosure on sustainability is highly discussed at this moment; triggered by the illusion that stakeholder capitalism is the new horse to bet on (should that not have happened 20 years ago?), pledges made by several networks advocating for further convergence in the last couple

  Tagged under: Capitalism | ESG - Environmental, Social and Governance | Sustainability

The Big Sustainability Illusion - how to escape the ESG bubble and finally deliver on sustainability!

  2021-03-01 (or before) in LinkedIn

Part three of a mini-series, see link to earlier parts at the end. When I wrote the first and second part of ‘The Big Sustainability Illusion’ I had little idea what would happen, somewhat throwing myself in the ring here, and ready to expect some punches.

  Tagged under: ESG - Environmental, Social and Governance | Sustainability

Psychological Root Of Solution To Climate Crisis & Social Justice

  2019-11-03 (or before) in LinkedIn

A base psycho-pathology has driven the human race to internecine conflict over the extraction, expropriation and exploitation of natural resources. Since these natural resources belong to all of humanity in common, many people have needlessly died at the hands of oppressors and usurpers imposing vir

  Tagged under: Climate Justice

UK's top 10 #ClimatePolicyFails

  2019-07-09 (or before) in LinkedIn

Unequivocal and deeply concerning climate science have combined with passionate campaigners this year to give politicians space to seize their last opportunity to avert climate catastrophe. They have the chance to inspire and unite people to take action for a cleaner, greener future together.

The Elephant's Footer

Back to top of page

Feed the Elephant - email us your links and listings

Stay in touch - sign up for our mailing list

Follow the Elephant on X/Twitter: @ElephantClimate

About The Elephant

Website powered by cogapp: building a better online world