Thursday, December 14, 2006

Climate Blog Highlights: Monsoon Rains, Carbon Credits, Budget Breakdown, Reforestation...

David T the Low Carbon Kid has a breakdown of the environmental measures announced in Gordon Browns' pre-budjet report. This is a better summary than i have seen up to now so check it out if you are interested in seeing just how green the Labour government is.

There is an interesting article about forest preservation and reforestation in South Africa here, via the CDM blog.

There is a post about the impending refugee crisis due to climate change over at the Climate Progress. There is also a post about the link between extreme rainfall during India's monsoon season and climate change.

Dave Sag over at the Carbon Footprints blog has several interesting posts recently, first off there is apostabout a recent feasibility study looking into carbon credits (AKA carbon rationing, AKA domestic tradeable quotas, AKA all sorts of things). This study (pdf) as carried out at the request of environment minister David Miliband who also has a blog. If you are interested in this idea you may also be interested in another report on the topic by the Tyndall Centre. Dave also highlights many other interesting stories some of which will receive blog postings in there own right on my blog later.

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