08 October 2008 | News story
Terraviva is the daily newspaper of the World Conservation Congress. Read about carbon footprints, African advisors, climate change and the world's resources.
Beyond carbon footprints
Do those 8,000 tonne of carbon footprints staring at the IUCN’s Wold Conservation Congress participants in the face show the way beyond Kyoto?
Climate Change: Disaster of Disasters…
The disaster is that the world is largely unprepared for disasters – or their aftermaths.
Quit whining: Africans advise their governments
Africans expressed anger at their governments’ lackadaisical attitude towards climate change and massive poverty.
For rural poor, things are worse - World Resources Report
For the poorest people of the world, climate change and the catastrophes associated with it constitute an additional menace.