The debacle of the Copenhagen summit told as a Dr. Seuss story on BBC’s The Now Show.
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We talk a lot these days about the politics of climate change, but what does it mean? Political change takes place in such a vastly different time frame to that of climate change — 20 years is a long time in politics but a very short time for climatic shifts to occur — so we’re really talking about the way the concept of climate change has become a new, highly-charged element in the unpredictable mix of politics. This presents an enormous challenge to policy makers.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis tackle Government emails and bouncers as teachers. Jon Holmes has an emergency whilst Marcus Brigstocke protests about protests and Mitch Benn performs the fourth part of a trilogy. Produced by Ed Morrish
Polls show many of Mitt Romney supporters don’t see climate change as a real problem, but a former Republican congressman believes that conservatives should take the lead on the issue. Bob Inglis, a former representative from South Carolina argues a free enterprise solution is the answer to climate disruption.