Last week the World Peoples Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth drew to a raucous conclusion in the Cochabamba football stadium as more than 35,000 people from 140+ countries cheered the adoption of their own strategic plan to address climate change around the world.
Today was "Reclaim Power" day, a collaborative adventure with activists from Climate Justice Now and Climate Justice Action that had been many months (years?) in the making.
I am still in the Bella Centre, still tracking technology negotiations. That means I have a magical "secondary pass" unlike thousands of other NGOs who cannot get into the building today.
So much has happened in the past three days it is has been impossible to blog.
Written for The Ecologist - May 2009 - p89
Since we don’t have enough land for the renewable technologies we need - let’s go stratospheric instead, with a high-altitude solution…
Written for The Ecologist - April 2009 - Page 87
Thirty-storey farms? The stated aim of the third green revolution to remove agriculture from the land is nothing short of colonial
Dumping iron sulphate into the ocean, or, how to 'geo-engineer' the climate
Written for The Ecologist - March 2009