Here’s what’s happening at COP 16 on the morning of December 7.
Archive for December, 2010
Climate change writer Lisa Hayden begins a six-part series on her recent trip to the Yucatan region in eastern Mexico.
Here’s what’s happening at COP 16 on the afternoon of December, 6.
Solid lessons learned from The Nature Conservancy’s work on the ground – in the forests – will hopefully translate into strong policy results at the UN climate change conference.
Sarene Marshall discusses, in a short video, the importance of working closely on forest issues with indigenous peoples.
Andrew Deutz is videotaped discussing how the sun and the beaches — and the sprawling layout — are not keeping climate-change negotiators from getting down to business in Cancún.
New technology must be combined with the on-the-ground knowledge of farmers.
Here’s what’s happening at COP 16 on the morning of December 4.
Two of The Nature Conservancy’s leading forest experts, Jeff Fiedler and Frank Lowenstein, prove that everyone loves lists, even climate scientists.
Here’s what’s happening at COP16 on the morning of December 3.
Submit your questions for a December 9 live chat on COP 16 with the Conservancy’s Andrew Deutz.
A Google event today at the global climate talks in Cancún featured the release of a new technology called Google Earth Engine. Michelle Passero of The Nature Conservancy gives her reaction in a short video.
Here’s what’s happening at COP 16 on the morning of December 2.
Sarene Marshall appears on the Washington Post’s Live Chat series to discuss what’s happening at the UN climate change conference.
You may not hear a tree that falls in the forests of Asia-Pacific, but you feel its loss — we all do. There’s an almost incomprehensibly vast network of people, stretching across our globe, who affect — and are affected by — these forests.
Here’s what’s happening at COP 16 on the morning of December 1.