Over in the plaza outside city hall the grounds are filled with Hopenhagen Live booths demonstrating all sorts of next-gen green technology, selling organic food, and demonstrating how we all may benefit from them in the future. I wonder if Naomi Klein bothered to pay attention to the enthusiasm of the [...]Continue Reading →
When world leaders gather in Copenhagen on Monday for negotiations on a new agreement to combat the threat of catastrophic climate change, their success or failure will ride on economics, not environmental science.
Theoretically, the two-week conference will focus on limiting the heat-trapping gas emissions blamed for global warming. But [...]Continue Reading →
Three UK groups studying climate change have issued an unprecedented statement about the dangers of failing to cut emissions of greenhouse gases.
The Royal Society, Met Office, and Natural Environment Research Council say the science underpinning climate change is more alarming than ever.
They say [...]Continue Reading →
Some countries in the world are more worried about global warming than others. The Maldives, for example, might be drowned by rising sea levels. And Nepal fears being flooded by melting mountain glaciers. I wrote recently about their governments meeting in unusual places to highlight their common plight.Continue Reading →
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