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I would never have quessed, that this cartoon I made ten years ago, would still be up to date today. But, unfortunately, it is.
30th November 2010 at climate talks in Cancun Japan bluntly said it will totally oppose the extension of the Kyoto protocol – the binding international treaty that commits most of the world’s […]
Big fossil fuel corporations don’t want to lose their fancy profits for something so stupid and childish, like the idea of “saving the earth for future generations”. “What have these future generations done for us?” these companies ask with reason.
These good old well oiled corporations have not given up. They have a dream too. And […]
TheCopenhagen climate treaty is at risk to fail. Only three weeks before the Copenhagen summit many politicians have said, that the legally binding climate deal will be delayed by six months, or even a year. Can we afford that?
The International Energy Agency (IEA) gives a hint:
“The International Energy Agency (IEA) has announced in its latest […]