Think about it! Blogging competition brings focus to climate negotiations
Thursday, 15 October 2009 14:09
“TH!NK2: Climate Change” is a 3 month blogging competition with a focus on the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December, and a follow up to the widely successful blogging initiative TH!NK ABOUT IT.
Over 90 bloggers and journalists from 43 countries are writing and reporting on climate change issues in the lead up to the climate conference. Participants are encouraged to report about stories in their own back yards; to bring out the local side of a global issue.
The World’s First Eco Ironman?
Friday, 09 October 2009 12:18
A bike made of bamboo, shoes made with no chemical solvents, and ‘Seal the Deal’ logos on his kit. This is how (27) from UK competed in Challenge Barcelona on October 4, an Ironman-distance triathlon.
“I'm trying to show that it is possible to build appreciation time for the natural world into our day-to-day lives”, Jon Alexander writes on his blog.
Grass and honeysuckles are to cover the roofs of Copenhagen
Thursday, 08 October 2009 13:58
As part of Copenhagen’s climate plan, all new flat roofs are to be green. Therefore, every time a square metre of land is removed, it is re-established on the top of a house. Green roofs are part of Copenhagen’s ambitious climate plan which is to make Copenhagen CO2 neutral by the year 2025.
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Everyone can make a difference – Cool message from Connie Hedegaard
It is our responsibility –
Cool message from Margot Wallström
Politicians have not yet put the relevant policies in place - Cool message from Yvo de Boer
Live from Copenhagen
- CoolPlanet2009 team visit COP15
- Melting ice sculptures symbolizing climate change
- Save Copenhagen: Real Deal Now!
- Earth hour today! Don’t forget!
- Exclusive meeting with Al Gore
- Magnus the Lucia bride from Commute Greener
- Earth is calling – Enjoy a COP15 meal
- Tutu demanding climate aid to developing countries
- ”What do we want? Climate justice!”
- Sunday 13: Desmond Tutu at the City Hall Square