Questions and Answers of a levy on the Carbon Majors

Posted on September 22, 2014 at 2:43 am in News | Carbon Majors | 0 comment

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Key elements of a levy on the Carbon Majors

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District Attorney drops charges against climate activists for sake of future generations

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Climate change activists Jay O’Hara and Ken Ward last year motored a lobster boat to a shipping channel near the Brayton Point power plant in Somerset, Mass. and blocked a 40,000-ton shipment of Appalachian coal. Bristol District Attorney C. Samuel Sutter, a prosecutor who sympathized with their environmental cause, announced that his office had agreed […]


Forests in a sustainable world – CIFOR presentation at the UN SDG meeting

Posted on September 18, 2014 at 6:48 am in Presentations | 0 comment

Dr. Daju Resosudarmo of the Center for International Forestry Research will speak on “Forests in Sustainable Development” in the UN General Assembly on 4 February starting at 9 a.m. EST (4 p.m. GMT); her presentation will be shown live online at The Open Working Group’s website will post supporting materials after the meeting; Dr. Resosudarmo’s […]


Large scale agriculture investments and the transformation of the global landscape

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By the Global Donor Platform Secretariat Rapid land transformation driven by large scale investments is one of the big trends defining this century. In this virtual briefing for Platform members agriculture expert Deborah Bossio dismisses the cry for more investments often heard in development circles. From her perspective a lack of investments is not the […]