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Deconstructing Carbon before UN Climate Summit

Charged up by activists mobilizing for the UN Climate Summit in New York next week, we delved into our carbon Footprint data to see if we could shed light on the very intractable debates swirling around nations’ responsibilities for reducing emissions.  In the first graph below, our intrepid research analyst David Zimmerman found while EU countries toot their horns about declining emissions (as represented by the blue line below), the picture is not so simple.  

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lointain

Fifteen years ago my wife and I bought our farm, “Faraway”, on the south coast of Western Australia. It’s a beautiful area and an ark of biological diversity. For example, about seventy percent of Australia’s wildflower species are native to the region.

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Islands Belong To Sea Not People:Japan X Taiwan Discussion

A discussion among youth between the Green parties of Taiwan and Japan

Hasegawa Uigo, 中翻英: 張菀渝

7/26, a talk session event "Islands belong to sea not people" was held in Kyoto. This is a talk between the young's of Green Party Taiwan and Green Party Japan.

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Faraway

Fifteen years ago my wife and I bought our farm, “Faraway”, on the south coast of Western Australia. It’s a beautiful area and an ark of biological diversity. For example, about seventy percent of Australia’s wildflower species are native to the region.

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Indonesia Green Union (SHI): green river program

MUSI GREEN 
For the Life of the People and Government Net 
 
By: Koesnadi Wirasapoetra 
 
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島は海のもの

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The agony of Gaza – What price is the right of self-defence?

by Kennedy Graham

As I write, the conflict in Gaza has seen yet another ceasefire deal squandered, with more death and destruction. Israel has repeatedly claimed its right to self-defence as justification for ‘Operation Protective Edge’. That claim is supported by leading Western powers, including the US, EU and UK.

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