Tag: climate negotiations

Climate Change and Conservation’s Big Bet

Written by | November 24th, 2009


In a few weeks the world will turn its attention to Copenhagen, as diplomats gather to hash out an agreement to limit greenhouse gas emissions and fight climate change. For many environmentalists, including some of my colleagues here at The Nature Conservancy, it’s the culmination of decades of work and preparation. And yet while there’s […]

Dispatches from Bonn: Forests and Emissions Reductions Cheaper than Palm Oil

Written by | June 6th, 2009


My colleague Karen Foerstel, associate director for policy and media relations, offers the following post on a new study linking forest carbon markets, emissions reductions, and economic development: A new study released this week clearly demonstrates a critical point we are pushing at the international climate negotiations here in Bonn: A global carbon market that […]

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