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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Tom Armitage tagged climatechange

"Copenhagen was much worse than just another bad deal, because it illustrated a profound shift in global geopolitics. This is fast becoming China's century, yet its leadership has displayed that multilateral environmental governance is not only not a priority, but is viewed as a hindrance to the new superpower's freedom of action." Mark Lynas on the reality of China's actions at Copenhagen. Worrying.

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"Photographer James Balog shares new image sequences from the Extreme Ice Survey, a network of time-lapse cameras recording glaciers receding at an alarming rate, some of the most vivid evidence yet of climate change." This was really, really good - both in terms of the photography on display, but also Balog's delivery, and the message at the heart of it. Well worth your time.

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"...no new water meters means, for practical purposes, no new houses -- ergo, no more growth. You can see that in graphical terms via Trulia." Trulia Hindsight being used to analyse and predict effects of peak oil based on previous evidence. Smart.

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"A solution framework for climate change and energy."

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"Pacific Gas & Electric is giving companies cash rebates for using virtualization software to consolidate their applications onto fewer servers." Interesting approach to a global issue.

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Crazy. And, of course, raises the point that online worlds could be impacting on the real world via environmental damage and power consumption...

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