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Island President

Island President - one man's battle to combat climate change and save his country

Priyanka Mogul

2nd March, 2012

The film follows the struggle between Maldives President Mohammed Nasheed and sea level rise. As the Maldives continue to be threatened by climate change, Nasheed realises it is time to take action before his country disappears under the ocean. more...
Top 10… green travel blogs

Top 10… green travel blogs

Ruth Styles

2nd March, 2012

Need some destination inspiration? Ruth Styles rounds up the travel blogs that are making greener getaways cool
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And this season’s colour is…green

Fashion special: And this season’s colour is… green

Ruth Styles

20th February, 2012

From local manufacturing to natural textiles, times are changing in the fashion industry. What’s more, the new look eco fashion isn’t just green – it’s seriously cool as well. Ruth Styles reports from London and Copenhagen more...
Copenhagen

PHOTO GALLERY: Copenhagen Fashion Week

Ruth Styles

9th February, 2012

Whether organic cotton, local wool or Scottish cashmere, textiles were all natural, with Danish designers proving that sustainability and style can mix, says Ruth Styles more...
The Ecologist meets...The Baand

The Ecologist meets... Copenhagen's The Baand

Ruth Styles

9th February, 2012

In part one of our Copenhagen Fashion Week special, Ruth Styles talks sustainable style with Stine Bauer Boskov and Julie Villumsen – the brains behind hot Danish eco-brand, The Baand more...
Christmas markets

Top 10…Christmas markets

Sophie Laggan

28th November, 2011

Whether you're after an locally reared turkey or a handmade ethical gift, a festive fair is where you'll find them. The Ecologist has the lowdown on Europe's best Christmas markets more...
Fast Forward

Fast Forward: Ethics and Politics in the Age of Global Warming

Mark Newton

20th October

Their grasp of science can’t be faulted but William Antholis and Strobe Talbott need to offer solutions too, says Mark Newton more...
The Baand

The new north: why Scandinavia is leading the world in eco-design

Ruth Styles

9th August, 2011

The Nordic flair for design has taken eco-fashion to new heights and is setting an example for the rest of the world to follow, says Ruth Styles more...

Top 10…Euro cities to cycle

Ruth Styles

7th March, 2011

Want to see a new city and get fit at the same time? Then try doing it by bike... more...

Copenhagen: Europe's coolest green city

Ruth Styles

16th February, 2011

Cutting edge architecture, miles of cycle routes and green spaces galore have made the Danish capital a hotspot for green travellers. Ruth Styles packed her bags for a weekend in Europe’s greenest capital city
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Greenland, at the National Theatre

Matilda Lee

10th February, 2011

‘When you see smoke coming from under the door, but nobody does anything about it, you start to believe the majority. Even if the house is on fire, we do nothing.' more...
Blue sky with clouds

Cancun: your five-minute guide to the COP16 climate change conference

Vi Nguyen

25th November, 2010

Following the hype and failure of last year's Copenhagen COP15 summit, the Ecologist outlines what's on the agenda at the forthcoming COP16 Cancun conference – and assesses the chances of progress...
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Coral reef

Coral reefs 'could disappear by 2100'

Emily Shelton

29th September 2010

Copenhagen targets too weak to combat climate change, new report by Institute of Physics (IOP) suggests more...
Copenhagen

Scientists: emissions-based climate deal 'not possible'

Ecologist

12th May, 2010

Current climate policy of emissions targets and trading will not suceed and should be replaced by a 'politically attractive' one based on providing cheap, non-carbon energy, says new paper more...

RAN's greenwash of the week: COP15

Rainforest Action Network

14th April, 2010

Everyone was disappointed by Copenhagen, but sometimes it takes a man in a 350.org tie to choke on a nut to remind us just how frustrating COP15 was... more...
Smoke from industry

Europe should forget about emissions cuts, say policy experts

Ecologist

11th March, 2010

Study says neither China, India or US likely to accept legally binding cuts and that new approach is needed on reducing greenhouse gas emissions more...

Miliband calls on EU to back 30 per cent emissions cut

Ecologist

7th January, 2010

The EU needs to commit to a 30 per cent reduction by 2020 compared with 1990 levels and push others to a higher level of ambition, says climate secretary more...
Guardian Environment Network

Ed Miliband: China tried to hijack Copenhagen climate deal

John Vidal

21st December, 2009

Climate secretary accuses China, Sudan, Bolivia and other leftwing Latin American countries of trying to hijack Copenhagen more...
Dan Box

Politicians have failed, business is now our only hope

Dan Box

21st December, 2009

This blog is unlikely to win me many friends among readers of the Ecologist, but it needs to be said: after Copenhagen, we must accept that big business is just about the best hope we have left more...
Copenhagen

Copenhagen fails to deliver deal on tackling climate change

Ecologist

19th December, 2009

The UN has failed to reach a unanimous deal on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preventing dangerous climate change at the talks in Copenhagen more...
cop15

Copenhagen: concession and compromise

Mark Anslow

18th December, 2009

Climate negotiations are always a balancing act. But the global atmosphere is not a politician, and it won't forgive us if we get this wrong more...
copenhagen map

Ethiopian PM Meles Zenawi: a 'Western stooge'?

Phil England

17th December, 2009

African nations react angrily to a funding compromise struck by the newly appointed head of the African delegation, Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. Listen to his speech, and the reaction more...
A Christmas tree

Poem: "I suppose it must snow"

Stephen Pain

17th December, 2009

Stephen Pain's poem fears the momentum for tackling climate change could be lost in a white Christmas more...
cop15

COP15: 'We will not just discuss procedure'

Ecologist

17th December, 2009

Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen attempts to force negotiations at COP15 forward, saying 'we will not just discuss procedure, procedure, procedure' more...
copenhagen map

Bolivia's Pablo Solon: 'how do you compensate Mother Earth?'

Phil England

16th December, 2009

The Bolivian ambassador to the UN, Pablo Solon, explains why over 100 countries are now backing a proposal to acknowledge the rights of nature in a climate change agreement more...

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