Jocelyn Timperley

About

Jocelyn Timperley is a freelance climate journalist from Scotland, currently based in Costa Rica. She writes for a range of publications including BBC Future, BBC Science Focus and Wired UK, and co-runs the newsletter From A Climate Correspondent.

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Pro-fracking union leader Gary Smith has accused politicians of “preaching about the need for a green jobs’ revolution” and said Glasgow's hosting of the UN climate summit showed the UK had its "priorities all wrong".

Pro-fracking union leader Gary Smith has accused politicians of “preaching about the need for a green jobs’ revolution” and said Glasgow's hosting of the UN climate summit showed the UK had its "priorities all wrong".
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The overall failure to divest appears to undermine a surge of climate commitments made by local authorities in recent years.

The overall failure to divest appears to undermine a surge of climate commitments made by local authorities in recent years.
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This is the first time individual European airline CO2 emissions have been made public.

This is the first time individual European airline CO2 emissions have been made public.
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Oil and gas companies continue to reward their top executives for increases in fossil fuel production or reserves, analysis shows, with European majors coming out worse than their US counterparts. ...
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Thousands of new low-carbon jobs could be created around Gatwick Airport if the local recovery from the coronavirus pandemic focuses on a “green transition” rather than tax cuts for the aviation in...
Analysis
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Is the chance for a green recovery flying by? Despite governments around the world claiming they want to support low-carbon industries in the wake of COVID-19, many have prioritised airlines and p...
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The Bank of England’s emergency bailout scheme is “inconsistent” with the government’s pledge to ‘build back better’ towards a fairer and greener economy, a new report argues, calling for strings t...
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The UN's aviation agency is this week expected to approve a rule change that would weaken the industry's obligation to cut its greenhouse gas emissions. But the decision could ultimately lead to th...
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Countries attending the UN’s aviation body meeting this week look set to weaken the only international policy to address the climate impact of aircraft. But the way the decision is being made could...
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It is “highly likely” that a proportion of upcoming job losses in the aviation industry will be permanent in the long term, a new report says. Job losses in the aviation sector and its supply chai...
on

Pro-fracking union leader Gary Smith has accused politicians of “preaching about the need for a green jobs’ revolution” and said Glasgow's hosting of the UN climate summit showed the UK had its "priorities all wrong".

Pro-fracking union leader Gary Smith has accused politicians of “preaching about the need for a green jobs’ revolution” and said Glasgow's hosting of the UN climate summit showed the UK had its "priorities all wrong".
on

The overall failure to divest appears to undermine a surge of climate commitments made by local authorities in recent years.

The overall failure to divest appears to undermine a surge of climate commitments made by local authorities in recent years.
on

This is the first time individual European airline CO2 emissions have been made public.

This is the first time individual European airline CO2 emissions have been made public.
on

Oil and gas companies continue to reward their top executives for increases in fossil fuel production or reserves, analysis shows, with European majors coming out worse than their US counterparts. ...
on

Thousands of new low-carbon jobs could be created around Gatwick Airport if the local recovery from the coronavirus pandemic focuses on a “green transition” rather than tax cuts for the aviation in...
Analysis
on

Is the chance for a green recovery flying by? Despite governments around the world claiming they want to support low-carbon industries in the wake of COVID-19, many have prioritised airlines and p...
on

The Bank of England’s emergency bailout scheme is “inconsistent” with the government’s pledge to ‘build back better’ towards a fairer and greener economy, a new report argues, calling for strings t...
on

The UN's aviation agency is this week expected to approve a rule change that would weaken the industry's obligation to cut its greenhouse gas emissions. But the decision could ultimately lead to th...
on

Countries attending the UN’s aviation body meeting this week look set to weaken the only international policy to address the climate impact of aircraft. But the way the decision is being made could...
on

It is “highly likely” that a proportion of upcoming job losses in the aviation industry will be permanent in the long term, a new report says. Job losses in the aviation sector and its supply chai...