Newell is a Professor of International Development at the University of East Anglia. He is specialist in the political economy of environment and development and has worked for a range of research, NGO and international organisations. His books include Climate for Change: Non-State Actors and the Global Politics of the Greenhouse (CUP, 2000), The Business of Global Environmental Governance (MIT 2005) Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability (Zed books, 2006), Governing Climate Change (Routledge, 2010) and Climate Capitalism (CUP, 2010).
Published in: ourEconomy: AnalysisAs COP26 nears, why is the UK giving a tax break to fossil fuel companies?
The new ‘super deduction’ incentivises further extraction at a time when we should be pivoting away from fossil fuels
Published in: openIndiaKeeping the corporation honest in Visakhapatnam, India
When legal-constitutional guarantees fail, public hearings may be the only option available to those who have paid...