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[16 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,801 views]
Reclaim Power -> Reclamar Poder!

En Copenhagen se está debatiendo el futuro de la tierra y la sociedad civil grita “nuestro clima no su negocio”. La gente se sigue reuniendo y aunque han impedido la entrada a más de 8000 personas acreditadas para estar en esas negociaciones, ONGs, activistas y grupos sociales han optado por crear una asamblea popular afuera del Bella Center. Una asamblea popular que tuvo lugar gracias a la manifestación “reclaim power” reclamar el poder, ésta se ha convertido en otro órgano más de las negociaciones, el órgano de la sociedad civil.

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[14 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,545 views]
Gender and Climate Change

Women around the world are disproportionately affected by climate change. Because of the roles they play in society, as householders. Because they actually represent two-thirds of the people living in extreme poverty. And the fact is, that their situation is likely to worsen due to climate change.

Citizen Action , Headline , Translating the science »

[13 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 285 views]
acidification of oceans

Since the industrial revolution we had introduced into oceans more than 1 billion ton of CO2! This is totally ruining the marine ecosystem equilibrium.

Down to Business , Featured , Policy & Government »

[12 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,108 views]
While the COP/CMP Plenary was taking place…others were still talking about equity and ethics in climate change!

The people in this side event showed their deep concern about how ethics and responsibility have been left aside in today’s result. Thus, the question of inequity jumped up to the table because of multiple reason.

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[12 Dec 2009 | 2 Comments | 935 views]
Climate Change: a “glocal” issue

One possible answer to climate change would be that NGOs and local communities make environmental mobilization “glocal”. This means that mobilization must involve all levels and merge as a unique platform. Thus, we should stop talking about climate change as a soft topic.

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[11 Dec 2009 | 2 Comments | 1,066 views]
Architecture and Climate Change

Linking people, localities and architecture by working in all the scales of the building and urban process. In order to give sustainable solutions.

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[11 Dec 2009 | One Comment | 559 views]
What we can do as youth concerning climate change?

It seems that due to the climate change, the youth platforms had become more visible. Today I went to a side event concerning youth participation and actions in within the climate change. And I confess that even though I share some of the points lightened up, I do think there is still too much more to say and do.

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[10 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 806 views]
New Building ways

New ways for an eco-bulding, this could save 40% of the developed countries carbon emissions.

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[5 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 813 views]
Writing for G1 billion: Eva Fernández

Hi, I’m Eva F. Guzmán, I’ll be in Copenhagen next week and I’m looking forward to start posting soon. I study environment and urbanism in Geneva and I’m particularly interested in local development issues, on the environmental impact of cities and on ways in which ecological urbanism can lead to sustainable solutions.