The photo shows Beijing Olympic Games banners in China. Photo: Cmaccubbin. Billions of us have seen the performances of the marvellous athletes at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The top 15 countries in terms of 5 or more Gold medals … Continue reading
Nidhi Jamwa from the Centre for Science and Environment India asks in the organisations journal Down to Earth “why green projects in India are hot favourite of international NGOs?” Nidhi Jamwa focuses on a recently started green Sierra Club initiative … Continue reading
China is number one, in greenhouse gas emissions that is. A report from the University of California says that Chinas greenhouse gas emissions have been “underestimated” and that the country probably took the number one position from USA in 2006-2007. … Continue reading
Australia is having an “Australia 2020 Summit” in which1,000 chosen delegates will gather in Canberra for 2 days to discuss ideas for a better Australia (http://australia2020.gov.au) . Australians had the opportunity of submitted ideas on 10 topics and these have … Continue reading
This is the final part of Climate Emergency and Sustainability Emergency, a two part article. A few days ago at a social function I was asked by a top US atmosphere scientist – in Australia to work with top Australian … Continue reading
“Climate Emergency and Sustainability Emergency” – Submission from Dr Gideon Polya to the Garnaut Climate Change Review Garnaut Climate Change Review, Level 2, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne, VIC 3002 This submission by a senior scientist is in response to a … Continue reading
China has a dream that the giant pandas it breeds in captivity will one day frolic in the mountains with their wild cousins. This is the next challenge for the scientists who manage the country’s biggest reserve for captive pandas. … Continue reading
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