EDMONTON, AB, Jan. 19, 2010/ Troy Media/ — It has been a bad start to the new year for those who are concerned that action needs to be taken now to forestall the impact of climate change in the future . . .
FREDERICTON, NB, Nov. 30, 2009/ Troy Media/ — Stephen Harper is right. Rhetoric is one thing, action is another.
EDMONTON, AB, Nov. 24, 2009/ Troy Media/ — With the Copenhagen climate change summit just two weeks away, the United States is moving towards making an offer to commit to reduce emissions by between 14 and 20 per cent by 2020 compared with 2005 levels – a level much lower than that offered by the European Union.
In less than two weeks governments from around the world will be meeting in Copenhagen to attempt to achieve a consensus on climate change. In a nutshell, what are criteria to achieving success?
Does it mean the end of the global warming theory ? Definitely not. However, some reputations may not survive.
With less than 20 days to go before the Copenhagen meeting of world governments, the rhetoric is now at full volume.
EDMONTON, AB, Nov. 15, 2009/ Troy Media/ — It is now clear that reaching a binding agreement on climate change during the upcoming Copenhagen summit of world governments will be difficult, if not impossible.
In various buildings housing outposts of the European Union hang signs which boldly state “You Control Climate Change” and extol the virtues of lowering the personal carbon footprint of those employed by the EU.