Posts tagged ‘global warming’

Bill Gates on Energy, Climate and the Traveling Wave Reactor

I just watched a great TED talk by Bill Gates. He cogently explains the real threat of climate change, particularly to the world’s poorest 2 billion…

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A Troika of Inspiring Videos

As regular readers know, I’m working on the TckTckTck campaign, fighting for a fair, ambitious and binding deal on climate change in Copenhagen. We’re in the…

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What the Climate?

In the next couple of weeks, there are two big climate change-related events that I wanted to mention. First up, this Thursday is Blog Action Day,…

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Waking Up the World

As I’ve mentioned in passing a couple of times, I’m excited to be working with the TckTckTck campaign. It’s an unprecedented coalition of global NGOs (Greenpeace,…

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What is the Rational Defence of the Climate Action Dividend?

Our climate action dividends arrived today. For non-British Columbian readers, the provincial government has seen fit to bestow CAN $100 on every person with a British…

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Client Plug: Turn In That Old and Busted Lawnmower

We’re doing some work at the moment for the Clean Air Foundation. Specifically, we’re helping to spread the word about Mow Down Pollution, one of those…

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Ashamed of Our Nation on Climate Change

Sarah Marchildon works for the David Suzuki Foundation. She’s in Bali at the moment, at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, where the world…

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My Big Eco-Sin

I was reminded by Erika that today is Blog Action Day, a day on which 15,000 bloggers will be writing to their 12 million users about…

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