Tag Archives: John Vidal

Guardian Climate Change Archive (1): 1907-1999

This is the first instalment of a list of all the Guardian’s Climate Change articles (13,248 so far) which I’ve been compiling and annotating. The aim is to provide a searchable source of everything on the subject published by possibly … Continue reading

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“Passionate Collaboration” or: Forty Shades of Green

John Vidal, the Guardian’s Environmental editor, who can write an eyewitness report on the effects of climate change in Tanzania (complete with desperate quotes from the locals) while staring out of the plane window on a flight to Pretoria, has … Continue reading

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Apocalypse Close: Chapter 11: Moonbat on the Couch

The story so far: Following the untimely death of his friend, green millionaire Tom Huntingdon, in the blades of his own wind turbine, George Moonbat has returned to work on the Guardian Environment desk, still shaken by his momentary loss … Continue reading

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Apocalypse Close: Chapter Nine: Delingpole Takes Hold

George Moonbat, suspecting the bewitching Miranda of being a police spy, is forced to flee the Climate Conference at the Hampstead home of Green millionaire Tom Huntingdon. Returning to his Welsh cottage to fetch his passport before fleeing the country, … Continue reading

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