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Pilita Clark

Pilita Clark

Financial Times

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The danger of the very serious person

Grown ups are needed in these troubled times but must do a better job on the climate problem

21.04.2024 30

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What if global emissions went down instead of up?

That turning point could be closer than you think and its consequences may be profound

10.04.2024 80

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It doesn’t pay to be a working-class professional

Class is a bigger barrier to career progress than gender or ethnicity in some City firms

07.04.2024 50

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Wall Street is letting Orwellian doublethink kill climate action

Why on earth are investors falling for it?

20.03.2024 30

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How to do climate policy in the age of the green backlash

Too many activists fret about a lack of ‘political will’, as if such a force can be magically bottled

14.02.2024 50

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COP’s love-hate relationship with business

The ballooning presence of executives at UN climate talks has prompted a rethink about their role

06.12.2023 20

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Why Britain is so bad at heat pumps

Years of backtracking and bungling has left homeowners and the climate worse off

25.10.2023 10

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We are in a period of climate stuckness

The need for faster action is widely accepted, but we’re not making the progress required

10.10.2023 4

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Climate decision-making is caught in a Catch-22

It’s ridiculous to allow a handful of countries to block progress on the great dilemma of our age

20.09.2023 7

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