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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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[11 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 966 views]
Copenhagen Business Day: Every Business and Every Opportunity

At the UK Know How event hosted by UK Trade & Investment this morning, a panel of experts explored how they believed the UK’s unique political, structural and economic conditions were perfect for fostering a low carbon future in business and industry. However the discussions weren’t limited to a national perspective, as several panelists paid significant attention to the global nature of many of the organisations and transactions based from London.

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[7 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,028 views]
Johnson & Johnson uses capital relief funding to drop CO2 emissions

Johnson & Johnson, global leaders in consumer health care and pharmaceuticals, joined WWF Climate Savers way back in 1999. As one of the founding partners, Johnson & Johnson are a true leader in climate change strategies in the corporate world. This is about as good as it gets for corporate environmental management, as Johnson & Johnson hit its emissions reduction target 5 years early. It used a capital relief funding program for CO2 reduction, which enabled the start up of 80 climate change projects in just 5 years.

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[3 Dec 2009 | One Comment | 1,978 views]
The Geopolitical Climate Landscape

Attending the high-level segment of the World Climate Conference 3 in Geneva, Switzerland gave me insights into the political landscape of climate change. Six countries made their mark on the conference, forming nicely into three groups: the major players, the major sufferers and the embarrassments. Which countries formed each group and why? And how will this pan out when COP-15 in December rolls around?