Posts Tagged “Conservation”

NASA’s top climate scientist says NASA and the Bush Administration have tried to silence him

by oneafrikan on February 4, 2006

Global Issues The scientist said there were fresh efforts to silence him because he had said that significant emission cuts could be achieved with existing technologies, particularly in the case of motor vehicles, and that without leadership by the United (…)

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The Revenge of Gaia

by oneafrikan on January 19, 2006

_ Amazon.co.uk: The Revenge of Gaia: Why the Earth Is Fighting Back – and How We Can Still Save Humanity: Books Lovelock’s unique authority and original perspective sets this book apart from other books on environmental change. He speaks as (…)

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Trees or Humans? – A Battle of Survival with Increasing CO2 Levels – Environment Blog

by oneafrikan on December 17, 2005

_ Trees or Humans? – A Battle of Survival with Increasing CO2 Levels – Environment Blog An interesting piece on CO2 levels and their effect on forests… “A new finding reveals that forest productivity may be significantly greater in an (…)

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United Nations Climate Change Conference

by oneafrikan on December 1, 2005

United Nations Climate Change Conference Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 28 – December 9 Canada is currently hosting the Eleventh Conference of the Parties and the first Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol. The International Institute for Sustainable Development (…)

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Changing perceptions of Africa, Life Changes Part 1

by oneafrikan on July 31, 2005

I wrote recently about 3 events which I felt were significant in my life, and I’ve finally settled down to write about them. Knowing me this will be the first installment of three. The Live8 concerts. By now, if you’ve (…)

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What will your legacy be?

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2005

Joost has updated his motion archive with “A thousand Suns“. Im proud to update with A Thousand Suns prologue. Provided with a number of static imagery and a written narrative i was given a free hand to create the Prologue (…)

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G8 REBOOT – Lend us your screens.

by oneafrikan on June 21, 2005

Every single day, 30,000 children die, needlessly, of extreme poverty. On July 6th, we finally have the opportunity to stop that shameful statistic. 8 world leaders, gathered in Scotland for the G8 summit, will be presented with a workable plan (…)

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