Archive for October 20th, 2009
Whether you agree or disagree with Peter, whether we ponder his questions and come to a conclusion that he is right or wrong, it occurs to me that the following is by far a correct assessment of where we are presently with precise acknowledgment of scientific communities understanding and statements as to where we are [...]
Posted: October 20th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Tipping Points.
Tags: Antarctica, arctic, catastrophic climate change, global warming, Ice free Arctic, icesheet loss, Ross Ice Shelf, sea level rise, West Antarctic
I just love the look of the faces and the body language portrayed in this picture – I guess this may just be the reaction of many in December at Copenhagen. We may as well get accustomed to the art of no compromise. And on this occasion YES this is the opinion expressed by the [...]
Posted: October 20th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Negotiations.
Tags: activists, Climate Change, climate negotiations, Copenhagen, EU, global warming, International negotiations, Obama administration
Facing climate disaster, African countries are calling for a fast greenhouse gas reduction to 350 parts per million ahead of the global climate protests this Saturday The battle over carbon emissions has so far been fought mainly between big and powerful players. In countries like Australia, the coal industry has battled environmentalists and taken on [...]
Posted: October 20th, 2009 under Climate Change, General, Nature, Negotiations, Tipping Points.
Tags: 350ppm, activism, activist, activists, arctic, catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, climate negotiations, Copenhagen, emissions reductions, global warming, International negotiations, Obama administration, science, sea level rise, stop climate change
National park which was once a ‘paradise’ now on fire and churning out tonnes of CO2 They are meant to be Spain’s most important inland wetlands, but yesterday the lagoons at Las Tablas de Daimiel national park were not just dry, they were burning. Stilted walkways stood on baked earth and rowing boats lay stranded [...]