Tag: Durban

Conservancy Science Helps Communities Cope with Tanzania’s Changing Climate

Written by | December 19th, 2011

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The Nature Conservancy is working in Tanzania to understand how climate change is affecting the environment and to find nature-based strategies to solve the problems it’s creating.

Cool Green Morning: Monday, December 12

Written by | December 12th, 2011

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We’ve got a monkey with an Elvis hairdo. It’s that kind of day.

  1. The world reacts to the climate change deal made at COP17 in Durban, South Africa. (Guardian)
  2. 208 new species — including a monkey wearing a pompadour — have been discovered in Southeast Asia. (Daily Mail)
  3. Save the planet, cut down a Christmas tree. (Washington Post)
  4. After a 730-mile journey, one lone grey wolf brings hope to California. (TreeHugger)
  5. Did you see the lunar eclipse on Saturday night? (Huffington Post)

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, November 30

Written by | November 30th, 2011

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Caffeine? Check. Green news? Check. You may now proceed with your day.

  1. After 20 years, consumers are finally getting greener. (Maybe Green Gift Monday had something to do with that…?) (GreenBiz)
  2. COP17 just began, but is it doomed already? (Scientific American)
  3. Headline win of the day: “E. Coli: What doesn’t kill us, makes us biofuel.” (CleanTechnica)
  4. Climate change and crazy weather are driving up food prices. (Green House)
  5. Journalist Andy Revkin responds to critics questioning his role in the latest “Climategate” emails. (DotEarth)

After the Kyoto Protocol, What’s Next for Climate Change?

Written by | November 28th, 2011

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Delegates are meeting in Durban, South Africa to negotiate a global agreement on climate change. Are they asking the right question? Glenn Prickett may have a better idea.

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