[[The following is correspondence between myself and Times Radio]]
Thanks for your recent invitation to appear on Times Radio [[below]]. You might be wondering why I didn’t accept it. I’m writing now to explain why.
..As an advocate for and expert on the Precautionary Principle, I should know..
by Rupert Read
The majority of the EU has now suspended the use of the AstraZeneca (‘Oxford’) vaccine, on ‘precautionary’ grounds. This makes no sense, for three reasons:
LET’S NOT HAVE THE NEW CLIMATE WAR BE…BETWEEN US
In your important new book ‘The new climate war’ you call for an overcoming of the ‘tribalism’ that has come to shadow the debates around climate. In that spirit, I’m writing to you today in a vein of open…
During the recent Extinction Rebellion, I had a wake-up call experience with the Murdoch press.
This piece concerns that nature of what I found.
It started when the Times published a piece that was headlined “Climate protests ‘threatened by parasitic hard-left groups’.” The article was basically an interview with me…
on the need for truth-telling and its possible needful consequences
[*This blog post is based on the pamphlet: Truth and its consequences: a memo to fellow rebels on smart strategy written by Rupert Read. If you like this blog, then do read the whole pamphlet!]
Telling the truth
Why they are significantly worse than the EU [i]
We have written this article not out of any love for the EU but because we feel duty-bound to explain to a still largely-unsuspecting public what ‘No-Deal’ would really mean, just how disastrous it would be — and what might stil…
Reflections upon the defeat of the Trade Bill
By Dr. Rupert Read and Baroness Jenny Jones
Last week, the upper House inflicted a historic defeat on the Government’s Trade Bill. This article explains the reasons for and the significance of the defeat, in the context of the struggle over Brexit…
While writing my new book on how some films are shared dreams which can help us to awaken, I had a dream: a dream which I think reflects the reality through which we are sleepwalking to collective self-destruciton…:
A friendly critique of Bendell’s ‘Deep adaptation’ paper
Climate-nemesis is near-certain. But “near-certain” is not yet “inevitable”. On the contrary, it is still uncertain. By making it sound inevitable, we run the risk of fomenting inaction at the worst possible time. We need to prepare for what is near-certain. But…