COP21 Green-washed Logo is a Tonne of Hot Air

Literally. Does this logo just released by the UNFCCC remind you of anything? Something that is touted as green but in reality is leading to Tonnes of methane emissions and ruining air, water, and human health around the world?  “Natural” Gas company and project logos, perhaps? You know- that ones that make this dangerous andContinue reading “COP21 Green-washed Logo is a Tonne of Hot Air”

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EIS Flaws= Bared Claws

Today marked the release of the the new Environmental Impact Statement from the State Department regarding the KXL pipeline. All I can say is: wow. Seriously, how can this EIS say the negative impacts of the pipeline and still give a neutral “recommendation”? Of course: “The new review acknowledges the increased climate impacts of CanadianContinue reading “EIS Flaws= Bared Claws”

Let the COP Begin!!!

Monday, November 26 marked the opening of the Conference of Parties 18 (COP18). My day started off bright and early with a meeting with Youth NGOs (YOUNGO) to discuss and share our ideas and what work we would like to get done at this COP. The official day of the COP started with the opening plenary.Continue reading “Let the COP Begin!!!”

Doha Dreamin’

Having never left the continental U.S. before, I can tell you that I am very nervous about finally taking that giant leap (or flight) out. I’m over the age of twenty, but just got my very first passport a few months ago. I’m getting ready to attend COP18, the United Nations Framework Convention on ClimateContinue reading “Doha Dreamin’”