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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"
CARE International and the Climate, Community and Biodiversity Alliance (CCBA) launched at Copenhagen a new set of standards for REDD
Continue reading "New Social and Environmental Standards for REDD Initiatives launched at Copenhagen"
Check out the video below from Jyoti, Vijay, Rita, Rupa, & Subhash – students from India ranging in age from
Continue reading "“Kill the Global Warming Monster”: A Winning Video by Kids from India"
That’s more than the annual emissions of the world’s entire transportation sector. Where does that number come from? As part
Continue reading "16% of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Result from Deforestation and Logging"
Yesterday was the beginning of the Copenhagen talks. It was a day for grand ceremonies, loud protesters, and carefully rehearsed
Continue reading "Upon arrival in Copenhagen, a timely care package from home"
The United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen (COP 15) will be a turning point in the fight to prevent
Continue reading "Climate change: Time for the U.S. to Dust Off that Leadership Role"