Fred Pearce is a former news editor at New Scientist magazine, and is currently its environment and development consultant. He is a regular broadcaster on radio and TV on environmental issues and writes for a number of publications.

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Politics
25 February 2008
I have half a dozen old computers in my attic. I’m green-minded, but what should I do with them? If they get landfilled...
International Politics
28 November 2007
Water is rapidly becoming one of the defining crises of the 21st century. Climate change is making its availability...
Environment
15 May 2006
There is a dangerous pessimism abroad which says no. Gaia guru James Lovelock and government chief scientist David King...