Something that has caught my attention as I was interviewing one of  Gambia’s delegates Momodou Njie, is that most of us have been focusing solely on common but differentiated responsibilities and what it means, when its actually, as quoted by Nije from the preamble of the UNFCCC, “Acknowledging that the global nature of 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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ramosj on October 12th, 2009

Mann and Kump hit the nail right on the head when they say “there is no easy way to meet the world’s rising energy demands in a climate-friendly manner” (Dire Predictions p 161), and they are right. Nothing worth having is easily attainable.

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Kelly Rogers on October 3rd, 2009

  “A Stitch in Time: General Lessons from Specific Cases” details nine general lessons about adaptation to climate change. Number four on this list is “increase awareness and adaptation.” The authors of this article used case studies as proof that there are information “problems” in terms of communicating, advancing, interpreting, and applying the management of […]

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ramosj on September 28th, 2009

imply put, the primary factor of human impact on global climate change is the recent increase of fossil fuel burning, which use has been relatively increasing since the industrial revolution.

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