Sarah Brylinsky on November 24th, 2009

The Kyoto to Copenhagen Research Team from Dickinson College plans to explore COP15 participants’ perceptions and values on climate change negotiations. Focusing on the issue of “common but differentiated responsibilities,” the interdisciplinary student team plans to explore the values and viewpoints of delegation members, citizens, youth, constituency members, and global citizens as voices in the movement to combat climate change.

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Grace Lange on November 1st, 2009

The city of Copenhagen will have an environmentally friendly bus for the delegates of the UNFCCC, running from the 6th until the 19th of December 2009. This is one day before and one day after the conference. The COP15 Shuttle Bus offers transportation for the delegates from hotels within the city center to the conference area. The shuttle bus […]

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Bettina Cerban on September 28th, 2009

The difference between my position on environmental issues and my mother’s is that, beyond knowledge on the scientific aspects of climate change, I am aware that the political decisions that determine whether we face this problem head on, or cross our arms and whine about lost innocence (and income), are being made now.

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Sarah Brylinsky on August 31st, 2009

Our students are the path to the future.    In an effort to create a just and sustainable future they must be able to navigate and understand the intersections of physical, social, and political worlds in both a local and global context, and prepare to negotiate the security of natural resources and human livelihood with their […]

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