Archive for December, 2009
Adapted from the book ‘ZERO Greenhouse Emissions – The Day the Lights Went Out – Our Future World’ Chapter 8 – Nature’s Voice the Year Before The year before and the years preceding that, both nature’s ecological voice led by the environmentalists and nature’s science voice promoted by concerned scientists had fallen on deaf economic [...]
Posted: December 31st, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Nature.
Tags: catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, climate change costs, climate change emissions reductions, climate negotiations, CO2 levels, global warming, stop climate change
We have 20/20 hindsight on the past of which it is said we can be wise. It is also said we more often wait to react after the event, rather than take actions to prevent an outcome; sometimes with dire consequences. We all now have 20/20 foresight on the future of the world as it [...]
Posted: December 30th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Nature, Tipping Points.
Tags: Antarctica, catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, CO2 levels, glacial melt, global warming, greenland, Ice free Arctic, icesheet loss, natural systems, science, sea level rise, species extinction, stop climate change, Tipping Points, West Antarctic
Called “the Inconvenient Truth” for the oceans, The End of the Line asks viewers to imagine a world without fish and then proceeds to show them exactly how commercial fisheries are decimating hundreds of wild species that we take for granted as food. This is the film for people who don’t respond to dry, measured [...]
The Greenhouse Neutral Foundation was established to broaden the understanding of the choices we make daily in our busy lives that impact on our shared environment. We recognise that the actions we take globally to mitigate our collective environmental footprint have far reaching outcomes. The Foundation is all about environmental education and sharing knowledge. With [...]
The North American food system rests on an unstable foundation of massive fossil fuel inputs. It must be reinvented in the face of declining fuel stocks. The new food system must use less energy, and the energy it uses must come from renewable sources. We can begin the transition to the new system immediately [...]
ZERO Greenhouse Emissions – The Day the Lights Went Out – Our Future World (available in Hard Cover $24, or in e-book form $9.99) Author Bob Williamson – Chair & Founder of the Greenhouse Neutral Foundation Chapter 1 The Flick of a Switch. Looking back it all seemed to happen with the flick of a [...]
Posted: December 29th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Nature.
Tags: catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, climate change emissions reductions, CO2 levels, coal, emissions reductions, global warming, natural systems, stop climate change, Tipping Points
Pulitzer Prize winning Ross Gelbspan has been one of the leading lights in exposing the climate change disinformation campaigns waged for decades by coal and oil companies. His message is of the utmost importance, and comes at a time when the public could use a reminder that this is an urgent issue that some of [...]
The Land of Make Believe Our leaders have failed us. Our leaders are failing us. Our leaders will continue to fail us. As the farce of the 2009 Copenhagen climate summit recedes, the failure of our leadership stands naked before us — again. But only ever-so-briefly, before ducking back behind the glossy ad-campaign facade of [...]
As we exit the last year of the first decade of the 21st century, we can see the unveiling of the new world order. The sleeping giant has been awakened and the rest of the world has fallen into a complacent slumber. One of the most ancient civilizations on the planet has bided its time [...]
Posted: December 29th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General.
Tags: catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, climate negotiations, Copenhagen, global warming, International negotiations, Kyoto, United States
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