The Swedish climate group Klimax (climax), known in Sweden for their campaigns against private motorism, aviation and the meat industry, have been putting up stickers with the text “Flying Kills” on advertisements from different aviation companies. The stickers are meant … Continue reading
The European Commissioner for energy policy, Andris Piebalgs, said yesterday during the press conference where the EU unveiled its plan of action against climate change: In a time of growing oil prices and climate change concerns, renewable energy sources is … Continue reading
Yesterday the European Union agreed on a plan of action against climate change. The aim is a 20% cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 from the European countries. But the aim could be increased to 30% if other countries … Continue reading
While the USA, Canada and Japan are doing their best to wreck the climate conference in Bali scientists from the UK’s Hadley Centre and University of East Anglia has concluded that this year (2007) has been one of the warmest … Continue reading
Greenpeace in Spain recently released a book with pictures that show how Spain will be affected by climate change. The book also shows what kind of affects climate change already has on Spain. It’s a rather grim world that is … Continue reading
James Lovelock, a famous “climate legend” and scientist, is being interviewed in the latest number of Rolling Stone. His view on climate change and its effect is downright apocalyptic. James Lovelock says that climate change is now irreversible. He continues … Continue reading
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