Category Archives: Politics

100 Days to Copenhagen … counting down to the climate summit in December 2009.

¬† The official launch of the TckTckTck campaign and global partner campaigns was launched 28th August. With 100 days until the most important meeting of our times, TckTckTck is here to show that the world is ready for bold climate … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Campaigns, Carbon trading, Charities, Climate change, Energy, EU, Funding, Media, Politics, Sustainablity, Thinking outside the box, UN, US | Tagged | 3 Comments

Greenpeace USA activist training

image: activists today are creative everywhere for all sorts of causes. From Greenpeace; Greenpeace is now accepting Fall 2009 applications for the Greenpeace Organizing Term, a semester of intense activist training for college undergraduates, ages 18-24. The Greenpeace Organizing Term … Continue reading

Posted in Campaigns, Media, Nature & Conservation, Nuclear, Oceans, Politics, Protest, US, Youth | 2 Comments

Coffee House 400,000

The Coffee House has reached 400,000 hits this week. Thank you all. Today is Financial Fools Day (scroll down to event listing), also known as Storm the Banks. The world’s most powerful leaders are here in London. Obama meets the … Continue reading

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US protest against coal / US wind power overtook coal in 2008.

image: the Capitol Power Plant to the right (behind road signs), not far from Capitol Hill US Protest. A national coalition of more than 40 environmental, public health, labor, social justice¬†and other advocacy groups today announce plans to engage in … Continue reading

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Shortlist for Severn estuary energy plans

Article A proposed shortlist of schemes to harness renewable energy from the tides of the Severn estuary has been announced by the UK Government. Five projects have been selected from 10 examined over the last six months. Among these is … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Design, Economics, Energy, Nature & Conservation, Planning, Politics, Protest, Renewables, Sustainablity, Technology, UK, Water, Wildlife | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Govts invest in environment as way out of economic crisis

Article “The high emissions, debt-driven, resource intensive (economic) model is dying,” says Mr de Boer, who heads negotiations within the UN climate convention. “Unlimited growth on a planet with finite resources cannot go on forever,” said Eberhard von Koerber, co-president … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Carbon trading, China, Climate change, Economics, Energy, EU, Politics, Renewables, Science, Sustainablity, UK, US | Tagged , , , | 19 Comments

Green Reflections

Looking back over 2008 in terms of climate change, there hasn’t been enough news to give us hope but to take a brief (very brief) look back at some of the green news that comes to mind, here are a … Continue reading

Posted in Campaigns, Carbon footprint, Climate change, Energy, Extreme weather, General, Nature & Conservation, Oceans, People, Politics, Politics & Policy initiatives, Protest, Science, Transport | 3 Comments