SOLVE PRESENTATIONWORLD MONETARY UNIONWINNING PLANNEW ECONOMIC SYSTEMPRESENTATION 2015

SOLVE PRESENTATION

Carbon Price

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WORLD MONETARY UNION

Institutions for Sustainability

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WINNING PLAN

MIT Climate CoLab 2015

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NEW ECONOMIC SYSTEM

Global Rewards for Climate Mitigation

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PRESENTATION 2015

Paper and Interview

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First Woman to Row the Pacific

Oceans in Crisis: One Woman Will Cross the Pacific to Raise Awareness see Truth-out.org Sonya Baumstein is in final preparations to become, at 29 years old, the first woman to row across the Pacific Ocean. From Choshi, Japan, to San Francisco, her route will carry her over 5,700 nautical miles of what is arguably the…

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Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance

A Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance (The Lab) is an initiative of the UK, German, and U.S. governments to support the identification and piloting of cutting edge climate finance instruments. It aims to drive billions of dollars of private investment into climate change mitigation and adaptation in developing countries. Seven instruments were selected from about 90 entrants. The seven…

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William Blake (1757-1827)

At some time in the future, possibly in our lifetimes, we may find that our appreciation of science and technology may be eroded should the planetary ecosystem begin to unravel as the Earth warms. A new philosophy may emerge that rejects the value of science if very dangerous climate change becomes the ‘new normal’ and if catastrophic conditions become unavoidable….

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Global 4C Plans to Launch Website

This is the official new Global 4C homepage. It will be launched in early April 2015. Thanks to everybody who gave advice on the Global 4C logo. And special thanks to Jonathan Cloud at CRCS for providing the web services for www.global4c.org. Collaborators are welcome to submit posts and articles to the website manager: [email protected]

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Amazon Releases More CO2 as Positive Feedback on Climate Change

DailyMail The latest findings published in Nature confirm fears that the days of the legendary rainforest curbing the impact of rising emissions could be coming to an end. The 2010 drought saw the Amazon River at its lowest levels for half a century with several tributaries completely dry and more than 20 municipalities declaring a state…

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