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JANUARY 14, 2011 [2009, Earth] Why we must oppose transition to gas-fired power
There is an overwhelming global scientific consensus that global warming is real, man-made and must be urgently addressed, As adjudged from the rhetoric at the disastrous Copenhagen (2009) and Cancun (2010) climate change summits, most world leaders acknowledge the problem. NO, these being collectively denoted as NOx). billion Bengalis, 0.3
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AUGUST 1, 2011 [2009, Earth] Shocking analysis by country of years left to zero emissions
In 2009 the German Advisory Council on Climate Change (WBGU) determined that for a 75% chance of avoiding a 2 degree C temperature rise, the World must pollute less than 600 Gt CO2 between 2010 and essentially zero emissions in 2050. In 2009 Australia’s population was 22.0 tonnes CO2 per person. Thus for Australia 72.1 years. years).
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THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [2009, Earth] The concept of “Living Well” - a Bolivian viewpoint
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2010
It brings selfishness, individualism, even regionalism, thirst for profit, the search for pleasure and luxury thinking only about profiting, never having regard to brotherhood among the human beings who live on planet Earth
. All the new models must begin by accepting there are fundamental limits to the capacity of the Earth
to sustain us. MORE >>
THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [2009, Earth] Life's Simple Truth
| SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 2009
At one point in the earth
’s evolution, the atmosphere became so toxic with oxygen which burned and destroyed everything it touched. Humanity itself is not harmful to the earth
. As Chief Seattle inferred in his 1854 speech, the earth
does not belong to man, humanity belongs to the earth
. Where do we go when we die? MORE >>
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