The Copenhagen Accord: A Beginning

December 21, 2009 by  
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This guest post was written by Dan Shepard, United Nations Information Officer. It took two years of intense negotiations and the full engagement of world leaders, but the deal reached in Copenhagen represents a marked break with the deadlocked political landscape that has prevented action on climate change for years. Reaching the Copenhagen Accord wasn’t pretty but the implications are huge

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Sensitile Terrazzo Tiles Integrate Fiber Optics and LEDs

December 21, 2009 by  
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With fiber optics and LEDs, lighting is becoming part of the fabric of our buildings. Sensitile isn’t particularly green, but it is an interesting demonstration of where things are going. The fibers can be lit from any source, even solar

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Mayon Volcano Ready to Erupt, May Cause a Little Climate Cooling

December 21, 2009 by  
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Mayon is the largest of the Philippines’ 22 active volcanoes, at 8,070 feet. The plumes of smoke and flows of lava make it seem like it is already erupting, yet scientists say the big fireworks could be still to come, and more than 40,000 people have been evacuated

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