Monthly Archives: January 2012

I just entered to win a trip to Brazil for UNEP’s World Environment Day 2012. Read my blog post and discover how the Green Economy includes you.”

The task, set by the World Environment Day, a UNEP, United Nations Environment Programme project, with “environment for development” as its underscore line, is: “Write a compelling blog post about the Green Economy and how you/we are a part of … Continue reading

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CSIRO and seeing the carbon for the trees. Or not.

Rubbish That’s my assessment of the results of the CSIRO report as summarised by the Independent last summer. CSIRO is, of course, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. Based in Oz. The Indy reported on their “glossy” pdf report, … Continue reading

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