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Blogactiv spoke to Mark Kenber in Copenhagen about the progress made in pledges for carbon emission reductions. Mark is Policy Director for The Climate Group and a special advisor to The Office Of Tony Blair. [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/flNy2CCVfpQ” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /]

Posted by Michael Wolfindale

This very interesting article about annual CO2 emissions has been forwarded to us by Gema San Bruno, Secretary General of European Small Hydropower Association. The article suggests that in 2008 carbon emissions fell because of high prices of fuels and the credit crisis. Read the full article here.

Posted by Stuart Langridge

Over the last week there have been a number of interesting developments in the field of climate change as it relates to the European Union. Firstly, the European Commission has released a White Paper which describes their adaption strategy. EurActiv.com reported on it here. And today, the European Council has adopted a climate-energy legislative package.… » read more

Posted by Stuart Langridge

For the last 20 years humanity has been trying, without success, to reverse the relentless trend towards rising greenhouse gases, essentially C02. It has taken almost 10 years from the negotiation to the entry into force of the Kyoto Protocol, the first international agreement aiming at reducing such emissions. For the past two years, the… » read more

Posted by Eberhard Rhein

Welcome to the Blogactiv Copenhagen Climate Conference blog! This collaborative space is designed to address the issue of climate change within the scope of the Copenhagen Conference in December 2009. We at Blogactiv are actively recruiting high level thinkers and influencers in the spheres of sustainability, climate change, environment – and the many other issues… » read more

Posted by Stuart Langridge