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After a long night - long faces ...

Blog entry by Daniel | 12 December, 2007

Posted by Daniel, political advisor at the Bali International Conference Centre Negotiations limped on on many issues until 2am last night. But this morning, there was tiredness and disappointment written into many faces. Including...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY KYOTO!!!

Blog entry by Woon | 12 December, 2007

Tuesday 11 Dec 2007 by Woon SG-Thailand Today should be marked for a few reasons. It was today ten years ago that the most essential legally binding agreement to address climate change received its name from where it was founded:...

We've Got a Lot to Learn Here...

Blog entry by Woon | 12 December, 2007

Monday 10 Dec 2007 by Woon SG-Thailand It was an unexciting but good day for me. My morning task along with Res and Christy was a factory work to produce a thousand small flags of SolarGen to be put on the Kyoto protocol’s birthday...

Nintendo response

Blog entry by tom | 11 December, 2007 18 comments

Nintendo has yet to respond directly to us about their recent low ranking score . However several people have forwarded their PR response to customer queries. Here’s our response: Nintendo: We were surprised by the content of...

Saving the climate - it's an option. Option 2!

Blog entry by Daniel | 11 December, 2007

Posted by Daniel, political advisor at the Bali International Conference Centre New text again (in the Kyoto Protocol part of the negotiations here). And now the crucial targets are back in. But only as an option. Option two of...

Multicultural climate campaigning

Blog entry by tom | 10 December, 2007

By Gavin, climate campaign leader Sunday was an afternoon on the beach with 500 people, all laying out to spell a message urging action on climate change. Human banner artist John Quigley was on hand to be designer & master of...

Boring conferences as bedtime stories: Episode one, Bali

Blog entry by tom | 10 December, 2007

From responses to our collaborative Message in a Bottle climate video one user submitted this: Great idea, well made and the line - "what does that mean?" is perfect. I can see this spawning a series - Boring (but...

A flower for Al Gore

Blog entry by Brian Fitzgerald | 10 December, 2007

From this morning's mailbag: Oslo 9 Dec 2007 Little Håkon, the 3 year old son of a Greenpeace campaigner in Norway, Truls Gulowsen, delivered a wild wood anemone to Al Gore in Oslo today. Håkon and his father found the spring...

Key targets gone from key text!

Blog entry by Daniel | 10 December, 2007 2 comments

Posted by Daniel, political advisor at the Bali International Conference Centre New text on the negotiations, that all those who have ratified the Kyoto Protocol are involved in. And it is bad news. The key targets - peaking global...

Fighting over text ...

Blog entry by Daniel | 10 December, 2007

Posted by Daniel, political advisor at the Bali International Conference Centre As more and more ministers arrive in Bali, more and more of the real action is happening informally and behind closed doors. The ministers will give...

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