Jared E on May 11th, 2010

An All Consuming Society In my previous blog post I talked about becoming more aware of the mass consumer society in which the entire world is a part of after the Copenhagen accord. This happened in two ways: one, seeing the amount of brochures that were consumed at the conference and two, seeing the craze […]

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Bettina Cerban on December 16th, 2009

In the ten or so days that I’ve been attending the COP and related events, I have been given two t-shirts, one water bottle, one bag, a raincoat, a handful of postcards and several buttons that mark me as a supporter of different climate-related causes. (It should be noted that most of these objects will […]

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I strongly believe that the commitments resulting from the Copenhagen Conference will revolve around trade.  People, countries, and the world think in terms of money; people will not simply start caring about the environment overnight.  Therefore, any outcome of Copenhagen must put into financial terms in order to have nations understand the full gravity of […]

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