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The EU’s overseas territories may seem small, but they are ecological giants.
Continue reading "Conserving the Coral Reefs and Rainforests of “Europe”"
Coastal ecosystems can store up to five times the amount of carbon as some forests.
Continue reading "European Parliament Hosts Blue Carbon Policy Working Group"
After two long weeks of cold weather, protests and delays in negotiations, the UN talks in Copenhagen finally came to
Continue reading "A Glimmer of Hope"
It’s been a long week-and-a-half of tough negotiations at Copenhagen. There have been many stops and starts, late night sessions
Continue reading "Time Running Out at Copenhagen"
A number of news outlets are referring to Copenhagen as “Constipagen” today. Bloomberg, the Washington Post, and others reported that
Continue reading "Constipagen or Hopenhagen?"
As political heavyweights speak in Copenhagen today, including Hillary Clinton, Ahmadinejad, Sarkozy, Angela Merkel and Brazil’s Lula da Silva, the
Continue reading "36 Hours to Save the World"
At the COP15 climate conference this week, Google.org demonstrated new technology that significantly advances efforts to measure, monitor and verify
Continue reading "At Copenhagen: Helping Google See the Forests Through the Clouds"
A new scientific paper being previewed at Copenhagen shows how Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) can not
Continue reading "New scientific paper: REDD+ can be key to stop the extinction crisis too"
CI is all about partnership, and as the COP15 negotiations heat up, we here in the office are tuning in
Continue reading "WWF’s “Inside COP15″ Video Blog"
In the 1959 film, “The Mouse That Roared,” a small country facing serious economic woes decides to enact its own
Continue reading "Tensions at Copenhagen—Island Nations Urge Immediate Action"