Category: Climate Change

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Juan Cole: 5 Countries where Solar Power is making a Revolution

In the next generation, renewables will be a central element in national development

Richard Fidler: Bolivia to Host 2015 Meeting of Social Movements to Fight Climate Change

In wake of UN’s COP20 Failure, ALBA Summit Backs Proposal to Draft Alternative Plan

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Roberto Savio: The Sad Future of Our Planet

The U.N. Climate Change Conference in Lima – which ended on 14 December 2014, two days after it was scheduled to close – was the last step before the next Climate Change Conference in Paris in December 2015, where a global agreement must be found. In Lima, 196 countries with several thousand delegates negotiated for Read more…

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Joe Emersberger: Capitalism Must Die Or We Will

Cuba’s CO2 emissions are about half the global level on a per capita basis

Various Contributors: Lima Agreement Fails Humanity and the Earth

The result of the Lima conference was yet another decision that weakens international climate rules, fails the planet, and threatens humanity’s future

Friends of the Earth International: It’s Time for the People to Lead the Way

Lima climate talks did nothing to stop climate disaster

Cory Fischer-hoffman: Venezuelan Foreign Minister Demands Action from Developed Countries at UN Climate Talks

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Rafael Ramírez, and African nations ask the developed countries to take responsibility for their disproportionate levels of greenhouse emissions

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George Monbiot: Why whale poo matters

Not only does nutrient-rich whale poo help reverse the effects of climate change – it’s a remarkable example that nothing in the natural world occurs in isolation

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Patrick Bond: Is the Climate Justice Movement Ready to Scale-Jump Our Politics?

Climate change movements, organizations and communities are not yet strong enough to shape climate negotiations

Chuck Idelson: As Latest UN Climate Change Meet Begins, Naomi Klein’s Book is Worth Another Look

With so much at much at stake, why have world leaders done so little to embrace comprehensive, mandatory solutions?

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