Written by: Allen | Filed under:-mini-posts, Analysis, economy, Environment, General, News, Opinion, politics | Tags:climate change, Copenhagen, green house gas, international agreement
Apparently, after much drama, intrigue, and sleepless nights
, we have some sort of agreement
at Copenhagen. We’ll probably get the text of the Copenhagen Agreement soon. But I think the gist of it is as follows: Continue reading »
Too often when we discuss Tibet, we reflexively focus our attention on the political spat between the CCP and the Dalai Lama. However, Tibet is much more than the current political spat.
For one thing: there is the people; the indigenous culture; the land – and of course the important environmental role the Tibetan Plateau plays in regional as well as global environment.
The following is a video from Asia Society on the Peril the Tibetan Plateau is under – as well its implication for all of us in light of global climate change. Continue reading »