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Created on Thursday, 11 December 2014 / COP 20 - Day 10 - Cites, Urban Governance and Transport
Tags: typhoon Hagupit, typhoon Haiyan, natural disasters, resilience, loss and damage, Africa, COP20, UNFCCC, Philippines, mountains, ecosystems, urbanisation, culture, water, biodiversity
Reflections from COP20, Day 10 Atayi Babs from the Pan-African Media Alliance for Climate Change reflects on the COP20 demonstrations of solidarity with the people of the Philippines following Typhoon ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 11 December 2014 / Reflections
Tags: typhoon Hagupit, typhoon Haiyan, natural disasters, resilience, loss and damage, Africa, COP20, UNFCCC, Philippines, mountains, ecosystems, urbanisation, culture, water, biodiversity
Reflections from COP20, Day 10 Atayi Babs, Pan-African Media Alliance for Climate Change Upon entering the COP20 conference venue on Wednesday, I was met by over one hundred delegates from countries ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 / COP 20 - Day 9 - Mountains, Water and Oceans
Tags: mountains, biodiversity, water security, ecosystems, glaciers, climate change, Andes, Himalaya
...  The Quelccaya ice cap in Peru showing the retreat of the ice tongue in 2000, where the closest shore of the lake shows how far this ice extended in 1978. Ice and water are defining ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 21 May 2010 / Blog
Tags: Europe, airline industry, carbon, carbon emiissions, Copenhagen, Gulf of Mexico, oil spill, biodiversity, rainforests, carbon dioxide, Eyjafoell
Like the looming kraken emerging from a murky underworld, the ash cloud has now returned to hunt European skies once more. Flights have again been grounded, airports are in disarray, and political parties ... [ +++ ]