Copenhagen Climate Summit

Global Warming: Are You Still a Believer?

Candice Gaukel Andrews by Candice Gaukel Andrews | August 13th, 2010 | 8 Comments
topic: Eco Travel, Green Living | tags: al-gore, An Inconvenient Truth, carbon emissions, climate change, Climategate, Copenhagen Climate Summit, environment, Galileo, glaciers, Global Climate Change Conference, global-warming, greenhouse gas emissions, greenhouse gases, Greenland, human activity, NASA, Nicolaus Copernicus, President Obama, Rachel Carson, Silent Spring, tree ring patterns

New Zealand Iceberg

An island of ice more than four times the size of Manhattan broke off from a glacier in Greenland during the first week of August 2010. It’s drifting across the Arctic Ocean as you read this, probably headed to Canada’s east coast.

Copenhagen Climate Summit Cheat Sheet

E.B. Boyd by E.B. Boyd | December 16th, 2009 | No Comments
topic: Green Living | tags: Barack Obama, carbon emissions, climate change, Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP15, Copenhagen Climate Summit, Friends of the Earth, global-warming, greenhouse gas emissions, Greenpeace, Hillary Clinton, International Day of Climate Action, Kyoto Protocol, Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit, Seal the Deal, The Age of Stupid, UNFCCC

You’ve probably heard that delegates are meeting in Copenhagen for climate talks. But you might not be clear on what exactly all the hoopla is about. Here’s your cheat sheet on COP15, the 15th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.