10 thoughts on “Antarctic ice shelf melting

  1. Audio: Capitalism and Climate Change — Ian Angus

    Ian Angus is the editor of climateandcapitalism.com and a founder of the
    Eco-socialist International Network. He is also associate editor of
    Canada’s Socialist Voice and the director of the Socialist History
    Project. Ian toured Australia (Perth poster, left) in the run up to the
    World at a Crossroads conference held in Sydney on April 10-12, 2009,
    which was organised by the Democratic Socialist Perspective
    .

    * Listen http://links.org.au/node/994

  2. Australia: Has PM Kevin Rudd taken `a significant step forward on
    climate change’?

    By David Spratt
    May 5, 2009 — Kevin Rudd’s announced changes to the proposed Carbon
    Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) has again split the climate movement,
    and this time it’s very serious, with three large, rusted-on-to-Labor
    [Party] groups running cover for an appalling policy that won’t
    guarantee a reduction in Australian emissions for decades.

    * Read more http://links.org.au/node/1035

  3. Biochar: An answer to global warming or a menace?

    By Renfrey Clarke
    May 21, 2009 — Sometimes you have to hand it to capitalism. It’s sheer
    magic the way the system takes promising concepts, steeps them in the
    transformative power of the market – and turns them into howling social
    and environmental disasters.

    * Read more http://links.org.au/node/1060

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  5. Can carbon trading save our forests?

    By Susan Austin
    June 26, 2009 – Hobart, Tasmania — Along with over 400 other people, I
    turned up to the Wrest Point Casino here to attend the premiere of The
    Burning Season on June 1. I had the film’s headline — “As inspiring as
    The Inconvenient Truth was frightening” in the back of my mind, hoping
    for a good news story. Instead I sat through a well-orchestrated promo
    for a carbon trading company, set up by a young Australian-based
    millionaire whose message was that it is possible to make money and save
    the environment at the same time.
    By setting up a carbon trading company called Carbon Conservation, and
    brokering high-level deals between big banks and provincial Indonesian
    governors, the film’s “star”, young entrepreneur Dorjee Sun, was able to
    secure the protection of large areas of forests that may otherwise have
    been logged or burnt.

    * Read more http://links.org.au/node/1129

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