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global warming

Bike Month 2

Published on June 15, 2010 by heather
June is Bike Month in Toronto!  Greenscroll salutes this celebration of environmentally-friendly transportation.  Before you log on to Greenscroll and your other favorite websites in the morning, why not get in a nice little workout on your way to the office?  After all, green energy can come from your legs.

EIO Global Carbon Rankings Launch 1

Published on March 28, 2010 by heather
The Environmental Investment Organisation (EIO) Ltd., an independent not-for-profit company from the U.K. is
tackling climate change in a very interesting way:  via ethical and environmental improvements to the financial
system.

Breach In The Global-Warming Bunker Rattles Climate Science At The Worst Time 0

Published on December 07, 2009 by John

Interesting article from Canada's The Globe and Mail:

A short drive from the windswept North Sea coast of England, the Climatic Research Unit occupies a squat, weather-beaten grey concrete building on the campus of the University of East Anglia ...

News From 350.org 0

Published on August 25, 2009 by John

This just in from 350.org:

Rajendra Pachauri is the U.N.'s top climate scientist. He leads the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which every five years produces the authoritative assessment of climate science. Their last report, in 2007, helped set the target of 450 ppm (parts per million of CO2) that many environmental groups and national governments have adopted as their goal for Copenhagen.

Greenhouse Gases Counter In New York 0

Published on August 07, 2009 by John

I just returned from a few days in New York City and saw this cool real-time counter of greenhouse gases in out atmosphere. It certainly put things in perspective.