Good COP, Bad COP

COP 15 Wrap Up: A Mirror of Exclusion

The jury is still out whether the 193 nations gathered together for the COP 15 summit have achieved an agreement […]

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Climate, Copenhagen and Food Security

Whatever comes out of Copenhagen is sure to have profound implications for our ability to feed a hungry and growing […]

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The Copenhagen Endgame: Crossing the T’s

The t’s have nearly been crossed … It’s down to the final few hours to try to get some sort […]

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Clinton’s adaptation pledge

Clinton pledges to raise $100M, one of the three tenets of a deal. But will the developing world give her […]

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And the line of the Conference goes to . . . .

Arnold Schwarzenegger The night before last, Arnold got an award at a gala event held by the Climate Registry and […]

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Where is Taiwan?

During tonight’s high level plenary, leaders pondering Taiwan’s absence receive a rebuke from the Republic of China. I am currently […]

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The Need for Clearing in a Carbon Market

The exponential proliferation of over-the-counter (OTC) derivative instruments is often cited as a major cause of the recent financial crisis. […]

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