The fastest growing clean energy sector in the world is wind power. Steve Sawyer, a global expert, explains why and what is next.
One big message out of the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference is how crucial setting emissions limits is to accelerating clean energy development. A $2 trillion to $3 trillion-a-year market awaits, say experts.
In this daily news summary, expert NGO speakers assess the state of the Copenhagen climate talks after the first week of negotiations and preview the home stretch for ministers and Heads of State. The summary includes expert analysis on yesterday’s actions by developing countries and the response from developed countries.
Ian Fry, the Tuvalu delegate to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, makes an impassioned plea for legally binding agreements to be made by world leaders to save his nation and other low-lying island states. He notes that is is “an irony of the modern world that the fate of the world […]
A “Ray of the Day” for France and Fossils of the Day for New Zealand (3rd Place), Germany (2nd Place), and Poland (3rd Place).
Fossil Awards in Copenhagen: Fossil delivered to the White House:
Author of “Climate Cover-Up,” James Hoggan explains the politics of misinformation and the financial mechanisms behind the pumped up email scandal.