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    Carbon Trading

    • aleksej
    11 September 2009
    A guide to why carbon trading will not work in justly tackling climate change and what alternatives might.
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    Scrap carbon trading

    Oscar Reyes
    02 February 2009
    Article
  3. Climate Justice protesters reclaim power as UN talks dither

    Oscar Reyes
    17 December 2009
    Article

    With ministers and heads of states arriving in Copenhagen, protests surrounded the climate change conference venue, while negotiations remained blocked.

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    Climate Action Now!

    03 August 2009 - Event
  5. Climate technologies: a leap into the unknown

    Oscar Reyes
    11 December 2009
    Article

    A new “technology mechanism” could reward untested techniques that damage the climate.

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    Biochar, a big new threat to people, land and ecosystems

    Biofuelwatch Declaration
    08 April 2009
    Article
    Caution urged against proposals for large scale use of charcoal in soils for climate change mitigation and soil reclamation.
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    What is cap and trade?

    Oscar Reyes
    17 December 2009

    Cap and trade interprets climate change into the language of neo-liberal economics. Instead we need to rethink our trade system and rethink how we produce and consume goods.

  8. 350 Reasons that Carbon Trading won't Work

    aleksej, Kevin Smith, Rising Tide North America
    03 November 2009
    Article

    As the UN climate talks in Copenhagen get closer, it is clear that the discourse on climate solutions has been hijacked by corporate interests. Carbon trading is being promoted as the only solution to the climate crisis, pushing aside alternative approaches...and it's proving to be a farce.

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    Carbon Trading: flaw at the heart of Democrats’ climate bill

    Oscar Reyes
    28 May 2009
    Article
    The oil, gas and coal industry lobbyists who have spent almost $45 million on President Obama´s clean energy plan in recent months need not worry: it is so full of holes that US industry could avoid making any reductions at home until at least 2026, rendering talk of a 17 per cent cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 largely meaningless.
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    Unveiling Carbon Trading

    Oscar Reyes, Tamra Gilbertson
    05 November 2009
    Article

    Carbon trading is a complex system which sets itself a simple goal: to make it cheaper for companies and governments to meet emissions reduction targets.

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    Carbon trading from Kyoto to Copenhagen

    Oscar Reyes
    23 May 2009
    Article
    Climate change is a structural problem that came about, largely, through the continued exploitation of fossil fuels as a cheap fuel source since the industrial revolution
  12. Carbon Trading - How it works and why it fails

    • Tamra Gilbertson, Oscar Reyes
    23 November 2009
    Book

    This accessible, well-researched book provides a devastating critique of both the theory and practice of carbon trading, which lie at the heart of global climate policy.

  13. Holding our fragile planet to ransom

    Praful Bidwai
    23 November 2009
    Article

    Due to the resistance of the northern governments, it now appears extremely unlikely that the Copenhagen climate conference will produce the strong, comprehensive agreement which the world needs to avert irreversible climate change.

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    G8 Underground (Gsotto)

    02 July 2009 - Event
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    Rethinking the US stimulus package

    Barry K Gills
    11 November 2009
    Opinion

    The failure of the US administration to adopt a truly Keynesian package for stimulating the US economy is likely to lead to further crisis and misses the opportunity to transition to a green economy.

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    The Story of Cap & Trade

    02 December 2009
    Multi-media

    Producers of the renowned Story of stuff animation have released a new compelling animation that  critiques Cap and Trade. TNI's Carbon Trade Watch were part of a team of advisers behind the film. View the animation that is causing a big debate and forward it on.

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