Posts Tagged ‘ kyoto protocol ’

Exclusive Video Interview with Core Negotiator from Nigerian Delegation on the Trouble at COP15 and Potential Breakdown of Climate Talks

December 14, 2009
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I heard the negotiations weren’t going well today and the African and developing nations walked out of the climate talks at COP15. As I was at the Bella Center at the time, I made my way into the Nigerian delegation’s offices where I was fortunate enough to secure this exclusive interview with Felix B. Dayo,…

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Video: Inside COP15 Negotiations Threaten to Break Down as African and Developing Countries Walk Out of Climate Talks

December 14, 2009
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Today was an extraordinary and dramatic day at COP15, the United Nations Frameworks Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. In addition to a fake press release issued supposedly from the Canadian government, the African and developing nations threatened to walk out of the talks today due to a breakdown in the structure…

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Video: Inside COP15 – One Delegate’s Perspective

December 12, 2009
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Today was relatively quiet at the Bella Center. Here’s Jacob Malthouse from Vancouver, BC with his perspective on the scene at COP15 —– Green Media News is a private blog and depends on support from readers. Click here to learn how to support Green Media News with financial or other contributions.

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Click Here to Support Evan Kopelson’s Efforts in Copenhagen

December 3, 2009
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Click Here to Support Evan Kopelson’s Efforts in Copenhagen

Did you know that according to an article in Environmental Leader published last week only 51% of Americans today believe in global warming? That means that 49 people out of every 100 Americans do NOT believe in global warming! This is pathetic and alarming. Evan Kopelson has purchased his ticket to Copenhagen and WILL be…

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COP15

December 2, 2009
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COP15

The UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen starts this Monday December 7 and runs through December 18th. SmartPlanet who publishes my journal “The Sustainability Journey” is going to publish my coverage from COP15 but I need to raise my own budget. Smart Planet is giving me the press credentials I need to gain entry to COP15.…

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Kyoto vs. Copenhagen – Tony Blair at GGCS2 on The Critical Difference

October 14, 2009
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At GGCS2 the Governors’ Global Climate Summit earlier this month in Los Angeles, Tony Blair discussed the major difference between the UN Climate Conferences in Kyoto and the upcoming COP15 conference in Copenhagen. The former prime minister of Great Britain told Ann Thompson of NBC News during a lunch panel discussion which also featured Governor…

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Evan Kopelson Video on The Incentives to a Low Carbon Economy

August 22, 2009
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Updated commentary from 10/15/2010 includes a complete reversal of position by the author on his former recommendations. Carbon Tax? "Yeah," Evan Kopelson says, "I was for it before I was against it." Here's why:

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Evan Kopelson Video on What is a Carbon Footprint

August 22, 2009
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Evan Kopelson answers one of the most basic questions about sustainability: What is a Carbon Footprint? A carbon footprint is the total of all 6 greenhouse gasses or GHGs identified by the Kyoto Protocol expressed as a carbon equivalent. Evan is the founder and president of Green Media Consulting, Inc. and advises on issues of…

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