Archive for October 16th, 2009
The International Herald Tribune, October 1, 2009 Thursday – Here is an inconvenient truth about renewable energy: It can sometimes demand a huge amount of water. In a rural corner of Nevada reeling from the recession, a bit of salvation seemed to have arrived last year. A German developer, Solar Millennium, announced plans to build [...]
HUNGER STRIKE VOLUNTEERS Climate change will result in the deaths of many of the world’s children over the coming years. Every day there are a growing number of people least able to deal with climate change who are severely affected by hunger – increasing droughts, crop losses, weather variability, unseasonal rains, flooding, soil erosion/ desertification, [...]
Posted: October 16th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, Nature, Negotiations.
Tags: activism, activists, catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, climate change emissions reductions, climate negotiations, CO2 levels, Copenhagen, Desertification, droughts, global warming, Hunger, Hunger Strike, International negotiations, poverty, starvation, stop climate change, Third World
Beijing, China (October 14, 2009) – Australia’s Minister for Climate Change and Water, Senator Penny Wong, attended the second Australia – China Ministerial Dialogue on climate change with Chinese National Development and Reform Commission Vice Chairman Xie Zhenhua. The need for a global agreement in Copenhagen in December was the key issue discussed during the Dialogue. [...]
Posted: October 16th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Negotiations.
Tags: Australia, China, Climate Change, climate change costs, climate change emissions reductions, climate negotiations, CO2 levels, CO2-e, Copenhagen, International negotiations, Politicians