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FEBRUARY 18, 2010 [IPCC, People] Requiem for a crowded planet
When the climate talks in Copenhagen ended in failure just last December, Yvo de Boer, the man in charge of the process, urged us not to worry: everything will be sorted out “in Mexico one year from now.”(1) We currently enjoy the optimum conditions for supporting seven billion people. IPCC, 2007. This is what he said. and 9.4
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THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [IPCC, People] How to do your bit for the planet
| FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2008
What can you do to help this process
? But I don't want to discourage people
from making personal changes, so I think people
should pick some aspect of the crisis they're interested in-environment, poverty, trade, labour, whatever and join an organisation that tries to do something about it. Join and support Friends of the Earth." MORE >>
THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [IPCC, People] Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable U.S.A. Energy Outlook
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2009
The United Nations Intergovenmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC
) estimates that up to 30% of plant and animal species could face extinction by mid-century if global warming is left unchecked. The newly released Greenpeace report, Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable U.S.A. The best way to lead, of course, is to lead by example. MORE >>
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