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[21 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 2,600 views]
The End or the Beginning?

COP-15 is over with no Real Deal to present to the World. However, the battle of climate change theories is not over – it is just the beginning. NGOs, scientists and civil society start capitalizing on the event to maintain high volume of their voices.

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[15 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,963 views]
The Heat of the Battle for the Real Deal

Some days remain till the end of the UN Climate Change Conference, but the global climate deal is not ready yet. This fact heats the situation more and more, making the climate activists design new creative messages and approaches in order to win the Battle for the Real Deal.

Translating the science »

[11 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 2,362 views]
Pushing forward the frontiers… from COP-15 into space!

There are talks that COP-15 lacks scientific background regarding its main focus – the issue of climate change. However, if you visit the exhibition “Space for Earth” and observe the realistic model of the newest “CryoSat-2”, you may have to rethink your point of view.

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[9 Dec 2009 | One Comment | 631 views]
The Outside Effect of COP-15

The impact of COP-15 is not limited to the borders of Denmark. The whole World enters the controversial discussion about the global climate change issue. Thus, due to the conference it is split into 3 different sides nowadays.

Featured , Headline , Translating the science »

[6 Dec 2009 | One Comment | 1,358 views]
We are innocent! Are we?

We are Innocent

“I am innocent!…” – cried Svetlana Svetlichnaya in the old Soviet comedy called “Brilliantovaya ruka (The Diamond Arm)”.

Nowadays similar cries are heard coming from the scientists, who disagree with the human causes of global climate change. They provide arguments that destructive climate cataclysms had already happened in the past, when there was not even a single footstep of Homo sapiens. Any yet we, human beings, are not so innocent after all.Indeed, we are playing with time in a dangerous fashion.

Featured , Headline , Translating the science »

[2 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,325 views]
Hot and Cold: What awaits us?

What do scientists tell us of conditions lie ahead? This article explores what brings together the hot and cold of climate science. Read more about two major controversial theories on global climate change.

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[1 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,917 views]
Writing for G-1 Billion: Alexander Ischenco

Alexander Ischenco is 24 years old and has strong experience in the the arena of Ecology and Environmental Protection. Alexander will cover economics and sustainable development, ecological practices of international corporations and good case practices of action, as a writer for G-1 Billion at the COP-15.