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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The Amazon Rainforest – The Evils of Deforestation on Youtube Just because the hurdles are inevitable does not mean we cannot jump over them, so we must prepare ourselves to deal with them during the COP15 meeting in December 2009, in order to win the race against time and global warming. In “Bringing the Copenhagen […]

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China and India have aligned on similar interests to take on Russia and the EU in a game of policy Tug O’ War. China and India are pulling for a per $GDP CO2 emissions reduction policy while Russia and the EU are pulling for an absolute quantity cap in CO2 emissions. But why this opposition? What […]

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rothrocop on September 14th, 2009

The Earth’s ecosystems are under attack by many virulent anthropological threats including global climate change that will make the Kyoto 2 Conference in Copenhagen in December of 2009 a critical juncture for global mitigation and adaptation programs. Can the Kyoto Protocol save Mother Earth’s Immune System? The careful implementation, monitoring, and expansion of existing Kyoto […]

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Andrea Dominguez on September 14th, 2009

Have we ever had the option of being inflexible? Given the present reality of emission goals and the announcement by certain countries that they will have difficulty reaching their emission reduction goals if at all (Japan and Canada), I think it is safe to say that flexibility mechanisms will be an necessary part of any […]

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