Tagged: COP15

Where are all the Kiwis at Copenhagen? - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Dec 12, 2009

UPDATE: The Sunday Star Times ran a story today quoting New Zealand businesses that are disappointed they have been excluded from the official New Zealand delegation. Well that’s too bad, but why aren’t these companies involved in their own right in the discussions rather than depending on the Government to get them a seat at the table? Every … Read More

The business of climate change — who really bears the burden? - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Dec 11, 2009

This guest post comes from Mahara Inglis (left) and Oliver Bruce, members of the New Zealand Youth Delegation to COP15 in Copenhagen, who describe themselves as “a group of 12 young people passionate about ensuring our climate policies look after the planet for generations to come!” The original was posted at Mahara’s blog. They make [...] … Read More

Our emissions profile at a glance - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Dec 05, 2009

The Press and the Dominion Post have already run their pre-Copenhagen features, today it was the turn of the New Zealand Herald. One feature of today’s coverage was a Herald graphic developed by seasoned Herald designers Richard Dale and Andrew Louis, which breaks down the emissions profile of New Zealand. I have the original MfE chart the graphic … Read More

Climate change: The science explained in simple terms - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Nov 25, 2009

I’ve been looking for a good, easy to read document outlining the latest climate science research and putting it in context for Copenhagen and I think I’ve found it. Today in Sydney, the Climate Change Research Centre, a unit of the University of New South Wales, released The Copenhagen Diagnosis. It’s free to download or view … Read More

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