The polar bear to the left holds a sign where it says “Homeless”. Photo by: Mimo. Last week the climate organisation Klimax (climax) held a large demonstration in central Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. The demonstration was the first of … Continue reading
Refugee children waiting with their family for a food distribution. Photo by Nicolas Rost. Two senior foreign policy officials from the European Union says in a new report that the EU should “brace itself” for a new and much larger … Continue reading
Jean Ziegler, UN’s special rapporteur on the right to food, yesterday called for the suspension of biofuels production saying biofuels are a “crime against humanity.” “Biofuels, with today’s current production methods, are a crime against a great part of humanity. … 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
The 30 December 2007 the 82 year old Bert Bolin, a Swedish meteorologist who served as the first chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), passed away. He was one of the people who played a key roll … 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.
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