The network for young environmentalists
"So there functions a hydroelectric power plant ", explain Judith and Anna-Lena to the small boy and his mother before her state. " If I pour now some water about the waterwheel, there originates stream and it turns here this
air-screw." And the best is: This technology is absolutely free of issue. 880
Mil.t CO ² were expelled in 2005 in Germany. That`s really too much for our
climate. But it also goes differently.…
Environmental interested youngsters in the NAJU Hessen can partizipate in the “Working Group Policy” where they get the possibility to argue critically with topical
political subjects and to create their own political positions. We compile,
above all, thesis papers on topical political subjects, as for example of the
"new Hessian nature conservation law", organise weekend actions on
topical political subjects…
Added by Marlon Hassel on December 26, 2007 at 2:45pm — No Comments
the EU Commissioner for the Environment, Stavros Dimas, is following the speech of the ministers.
Opening speech by Ban Ki Moon
Balinese dancers promoting early action on REDD
inside the conference…Continue
Another busy day in Bali. Fortunatly it is moving forward. Since today the heads of states negotiate on the Bali Roadmap, which should be something like an actionplan for coming to a final agreement at last in 2009. Sounds theoretic, uh?
Today the convention centre was packed with people and the security tried to keep people off the red carpet area for the ministers. Between the different meetings I was running around in a paradise-like landscape of superb beaches…Continue
today was probably the most busy days for people at the conference working on forest and climate issues: the CIFOR Forest Day. There is a lot of exitement about a potential mechanism which would gratify the reduction of deforestation emissions called REDD (reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation). It is actually the topic I was working on the last couple of years. It is good to see that this is of the agenda of policy makers and scientists in Bali, since…Continue
Added by Mika Huettner on December 10, 2007 at 6:27am — No Comments
I am currently participating at the UNFCCC COP/MOP 13 in Bali, Indonesia for a German research institute. I hope to be able to report my impressions here from time to time during the next 10 days.
So far the conference had a good start. Australia agreed on joining the protocol...now that they have a new prime minister. And their emission reduction targets for the future are ambitious. The most important items for Bali will be to discuss a road map for the…Continue
Added by Mika Huettner on December 5, 2007 at 4:13am — No Comments