Simplified list of key issues at Copenhagen
Confused by the welter of acronyms and soundbites about international negotiations over climate change? Here is an excellent list of the key issues and options, from Planet Ark. And since few, if any, of these are going to be resolved today, you’ll want to keep this list handy to score…View the post titled Simplified list of key issues at Copenhagen
Big wind projects: New Zealand no, California yes
The New Zealand Environment Court has refused to approve a $2 billion government-owned wind project (176 turbines) in the "outstanding natural landscape of the Lammermoor".View the post titled Big wind projects: New Zealand no, California yes
Bragging about a green Toronto
Mayor David Miller is in Copenhagen bragging about Toronto’s green achievements, and (as Chair of the C40, Cities against climate change) has achieved prominent placement of a promotional video. As a Windshare board member, I was proud to see that our turbine is featured in the video. …View the post titled Bragging about a green Toronto
Dear Lexology readers, Thank you for your attention in the last two years. Instead of publishing our articles through Lexology, we will now be available through Mondaq as well as through Linked In and directly on this blog. If you would like to receive a weekly email with our headlines, plea…View the post titled Lexology?
There has been so much confusion about the stolen emails from the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, but few have read the million words as a whole. They show that climate scientists are human, but they don’t undercut the science itself. For example, one of the muc…View the post titled Climategate?
What are climate thinkers thinking?
There are many issues at stake in Copenhagen, but the basic science is not.View the post titled What are climate thinkers thinking?
How much would slashing emissions cost consumers?
The New Scientist has published a Cambridge study of the impact on British consumers of a 50% cut in emissions by 2050, paired with government incentives to encourage electric cars, cooking and heating. Their conclusions: Most consumer goods would have very small price increases in constant …View the post titled How much would slashing emissions cost consumers?
Buy contaminated site, then sue?
I have never understood why so many people think they can knowingly buy a contaminated site and then force someone else to clean it up.View the post titled Buy contaminated site, then sue?
Mind games at Copenhagen
Why has there been so much fuss about the “leaked” document at Copenhagen? After all, there was nothing new or surprising in it: developing countries want richer countries to do all the paying and make all the carbon reductions, not them; developed countries don’t agree. Th…View the post titled Mind games at Copenhagen
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