Duncan Marsh, international climate policy director from The Nature Conservancy, considers forest carbon and disaster preparedness in a recent interview from Bonn, Germany on Climate Change TV. He explains how rich and poor countries are facing different challenges in the forest sector and how insurance is taking on added importance for us all as we [...]
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Ifitweremyhome.com offers some surprising insights into how the United States uses energy and consumes oil in comparison to the rest of the world.
While bickering over what to do about climate change in the U.S. may be confusing the matter for people, a new global survey released this week shows the topic at an equal level of concern as the economy and terrorism.