EcoPolitics

I do 30 – do you?

by EcoStreet February 3, 2010 Activism

During the recent UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen our world leaders failed to agree on a climate deal. But we all know it’s not only up to them and there are plenty of things that we mere mortals can do to make an impact on climate change. As consumers, we need to take responsibilility for […]

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Time for optimism?

by EcoStreet February 8, 2009 EcoPolitics

This is a guest post by Dr Gary Robertshaw of The Green Providers Directory. The prospects for the emergence of a genuinely sustainable global economy have been given fresh impetus with the election of Barack Obama, extending beyond the well intentioned rhetoric characteristic of new administrations. I think we can be optimistic for several reasons. […]

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George Monbiot challenges Yvo de Boer to do better

by EcoStreet December 13, 2008 Climate Change

Another top story from the Real News.

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Vote: Worst EU Lobbying Awards 2008

by EcoStreet November 21, 2008 Activism

There’s just one week left to vote on who deserves the Worst EU Lobbying Award for 2008, and the nominees are: The agrofuels lobby (including MPOC, Unica and Abengoa) – nominated for their misleading campaigns to promote agrofuels as green; The European Alliance for Access to Safe Medicines (EAASM) – nominated for hiding the involvement […]

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US President-Elect Obama is serious about climate change

by EcoStreet November 20, 2008 Climate Change

What a refreshing change from the old order of US government, I hope that the UK will be maintaining their “special relationship” with US now that the shrub has been ousted. Who knows, Gordon Brown might even learn something from the new guy. Watch this, you’ll like it. It gave me goosebumps. [via: ecorazzi]

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Your last chance to help shape the Climate Change Bill

by EcoStreet October 10, 2008 Activism

In just a few weeks time, MPs will vote on the Climate Change Bill and this is your final opportunity to have a say in what the UK’s response to climate change will be. You can do this by asking your MP to support amendments committing us to emissions cuts of at least 80% by […]

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