Patrick Moore Reports ‘Enemy of the State’ Greenpeace to the FBI

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Patrick Moore has reported Greenpeace–the charity he co-founded in the 1970s–to the FBI for what he claims are a series of offences, including “outright breach of the RICO, wire-fraud, witness-tampering and obstruction-of-committee statutes. Accordingly, I have decided to inform the Federal Bureau of Investigation of Greenpeace’s dishonest and disfiguring attempt at entrapment of Professor Happer,… Read more »

Covestro Commits to Further Partnership with Solar Impulse

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Covestro explains that it has been a Solar Impulse project partner since 2010 and also its official technical partner. It was responsible for the design and construction of the Si2 cockpit which utilises the most advanced polyurethane and polycarbonate systems, significantly reducing the weight of the plane while ensuring ultimate protection for the pilot. “To… Read more »

COP21 Update: Revised Draft Text Agreement Released

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A slightly slimmed down draft was released at COP21 on Thursday morning. With progress comes ongoing contention over climate finance and loss and damage. At a press conference on Thursday hosted by Climate Action Network International, Kaisa Kosonan of Greenpeace said that negotiations of the current ADP session has “made progress,” especially on defining long-term… Read more »

COP21 makes Parisians think of a greener city

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As hundreds of delegates descend on Paris to broker a global deal on carbon emissions, Parisians tell The Local they’re taking the chance to reflect on their city’s own environmental issues. With diplomatic motorcades periodically interrupting traffic, and pop-up installations springing up throughout the city, the COP21 summit has quickly made its presence felt among… Read more »

Obama ‘optimistic’ about climate change summit

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World leaders open pivotal climate talks in Paris saying they must achieve a binding agreement to help slow global climate change. (CNN)The introductions and formalities are over. Now, it’s crunch time to get a deal on what U.S. President Barack Obama calls an “ambitious” global climate change agreement. Leaders of 150 nations are in the… Read more »

The complete run-down for this year’s historic COP21 conference

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A guide to the 2015 COP21 conference. COP21, otherwise referred to as the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, unites leaders, government officials, scientists and influential speakers from around the world to promote global action for addressing climate change. This year’s event takes place November 30 through December 11 and will include government representation from more than… Read more »

Partnerships, Progress to Protect & Restore Forest

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Leaders in the global drive to protect and restore forests met at COP21 on Tuesday to announce further action of deforestation. The event was held in the context of the Lima-Paris Action Agenda during Paris COP21. Sourced through Scoop.it from: newsroom.unfccc.int See on Scoop.it – Green Living

21 Twitter Accounts to Follow Ahead of COP21

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21 Twitter Accounts to Follow Ahead of COP21

COP21 is right around the corner, so if you’re interested in getting the scoop straight from the professionals, CSOs, activists, policy-makers, officials and politicians making it happen (in France and beyond), we’ve put together a handy and diverse Twitter list with the 21 movers & shakers you should keep track of in the coming weeks…. Read more »