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About Oliver Tickell

Oliver Tickell is editor of the Ecologist and a campaigner on health and environment issues. He is the architect of the "Kyoto2" initiative.

Articles by Oliver Tickell

This week’s front page editor

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Sue Lloyd-Roberts a unique phenomenon at the BBC

Investigative journalist Sue Lloyd Roberts who died this week, fought for the oppressed and downtrodden. The BBC should keep her mission alive with a unit dedicated to human rights worldwide.

Copenhagen: climate countdown

The United Nations climate-change summit is a vital moment in the world’s effort to avert catastrophe. openDemocracy authors reflect on what needs to happen and how much Copenhagen can achieve.

Was Bali a success?

The climate-change conference in Bali on 3-14 December 2007 ended in agreement, acclaim - and argument about the details. openDemocracy writers and environmental specialists offer a first draft of history on the Bali deal.

Live Earth's limits

A global extravaganza aims to unite the world in entertainment-led climate concern. But real solutions to the planetary crisis lie elsewhere, says Oliver Tickell.

Climate change: the last chance

The urgency of climate change makes a workable model for the post-2012 era essential. Welcome to “Kyoto2”, says Oliver Tickell.
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