In our latest web poll here on Green Blog we asked if you thought the Bali Climate Conference would be a success. Here are the results: A majority of the people said yes. They thought that the climate conference would … Continue reading
Watch a video (summary) of Al Gore’s rather passionate speech at the United Nations climate change conference in Bali. “You can make a path that goes around that blank spot…” Video after the jump.
On a per capita basis and including our fossil fuel exports, Australia is the developed country with the highest greenhouse gas pollution. Thus 2004 data from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) reveal that “annual per capita fossil fuel-derived CO2 … Continue reading
Interested in the currently ongoing climate conference in Bali? Sure you are, and luckily you don’t need to travel to Bali to get firsthand information about what is happening at the meeting. Just watch UN’s live webcast over at http://www.un.org/webcast/unfccc … Continue reading
Tomorrow UN’s climate meeting starts on Bali in Indonesia. During the eleven days the meeting is held the world’s leaders will try to agree on how to properly combat climate change. This is the only chance we got to unite … Continue reading
The Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change has finally released the last of its 2007 Fourth Assessment Reports together with a “Summary for Policymakers of the Synthesis Report of the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) ” (see: http://www.ipcc.ch). You will no … Continue reading
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