There is agreement today that the next climate Conference scheduled for December in Cancun will not achieve a comprehensive agreement for global emission cuts and adaptation measures. The time for preparation is far too short; the US Congress is unlikely to have passed a convincing energy and climate act before mid-term elections November 4th; and… » read more
Frank Farnel, Director of Communications and Public Affairs Europe at GE Energy, discusses some of the problems and possible solutions to communicating the need for changes in behaviour to help prevent further climate change.
The Copenhagen Climate Blog is a collaborative space is designed to address the issue of climate change within the scope of the Copenhagen Conference in December 2009. I think the Copenhagen Conference will be one of the most important events in the decade, so I will definitely put the blog into my reader and […]… » read more
Western societies are largely driven from interest groups, constantly attempting to influence governments to legislate in their interest or prevent legislation susceptible of hurting their interests. It is the prerogative and duty of democratic governments to arbitrate between competing lobby interests and define the common interest of all citizens. In doing so, they should listen… » read more