Oliver Tickell

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Oliver Tickell explaining his book Kyoto2 in the presence of Ed Miliband et al. at Oxford Town Hall.

Oliver Tickell is a British journalist, author and campaigner on health and environment issues, and author of the Kyoto2 climate initiative, supported by a website.[1] He is the son of Sir Crispin Tickell, the environmentalist and former diplomat.[2]

In 2002, 2006 and 2010 he was a candidate in elections for the Oxford City Council, representing the Green Party, but he was not elected.

He was appointed as editor of The Ecologist in October 2013.[3]


  • Kyoto2: How to Manage the Global Greenhouse, London, Zed Books (July 2008) Hardback: ISBN 978-1-84813-024-1 Paperback: ISBN 978-1-84813-025-8 also published in the US by Palgrave.
  • "On a planet 4C hotter, all we can prepare for is extinction: There's no 'adaptation' to such steep warming. We must stop pandering to special interests, and try a new, post-Kyoto strategy" by Oliver Tickell The Guardian, Monday August 11 2008.
  • Thorium: Not ‘green’, not ‘viable’, and not likely [1]