Monthly Archives: May 2012

Carbon Raining on Forests – but The Prince’s Rainforest Trust Ignores Wales

So I was browsing recently, looking at the immense amount of information nestling in our Global knowledge cloud. For all that he is a pillar of a deeply conservative and frankly outdated and socially backward institution I still rather like … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon sinks, Climate carbon history, Green politics,, New forests and woodland, Rainforest | 1 Comment

Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries, REDD, +. Plus what?

I’m sorry. Truly, I’m sorry. But I cannot help being caught outside the Loops. They all seem, dare I say it, loopy. It’s always “us and them” and I’m caught being outside of both. Countless thousands of humans from all … Continue reading

Posted in Development issues, Green politics,, Land use, Rainforest, REDD+ | 1 Comment