The green diplomat

Pearce, F.
March 1992
New Scientist;3/21/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1813, p38
Profiles Sir Crispin Tickell who is credited with the curious `greening' of Margaret Thatcher's later years in office, and now warden of Green College in Oxford. His involvement with science throughout his career; How he put the climate questionat the top of the UN agenda; His fears about the Earth Summit.


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