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Costing the earth

*Adam Ma’anit* navigates the snakepits of global carbon trading in the context of Yasuní.…

  • Tue Jul 1 22:41:00 2008
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Endgame in the Amazon

Is Ecuador’s bold proposal not to exploit a billion barrels of oil in the Yasuní National Park a serious option for combating climate change? If so, the world is going to have to move fast, warns Vanessa Baird.…

  • Tue Jul 1 20:42:00 2008
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Toxic blocks

No-one said oil was clean…

  • Tue Jul 1 03:25:00 2008
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Anonymous activist comes clean about fighting dirty coal

'You did WHAT?' The words rang down the telephone line after I told myMum what I'd been caught doing last weekend.…

  • Fri Jun 27 05:56:00 2008
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Adam Ma'anit

Adam Ma'anit…

  • Thu May 19 15:57:06 2016
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The bomb stops here

With nuclear weapons multiplying again, now is the time to seize the moment and ban them, argues *Jess Worth*.…

  • Sun Jun 1 23:06:00 2008
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Indigenous Groups sound the REDD Alert

I'm currently writing an article for our forthcoming issue of the New Internationalistmagazine that looks at some of the potential dangers of relying oncarbon markets for preserving forests and biodiversity…

  • Wed May 21 17:45:00 2008
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Ethical travellers

To fly or not to fly...Now that we're more conscious of combating climate change, cutting back on carbon emissions is high on the list…

  • Wed Apr 9 08:15:09 2008
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Climate Talks in Bangkok

BANGKOK, 2 April, 2008:This week, climate negotiators are in Bangkok hammering out a workplanwhich will allow them to reach a new set of agreements by the end of2009.Contrary to some reports, the Kyoto Protocol does not end in 2012– it is simply the end of the first commitment period and all so-calledAnnex 1 (mainly industrialized) countries are legally required tocommit to new binding emission reductions targets.…

  • Thu Apr 3 17:03:00 2008
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Fuel for thought

The global impact of using food supplies to fuel cars...As world leaders prepare to fly into Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, for the next round of United Nations climate change talks, were wondering - realistically - what these talks are going to achieve…

  • Wed Mar 26 15:12:50 2008
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