Here's a load of opinions about what's happening to the climate and what's not.
Robert Newman's speech at Stop Climate Chaos rally, Trafalgar Square, 4.11.06
'There is no planet B, so we need an economic plan B. We need to develop new economic systems because there is only one eco-system and it cannot survive the present free market economy.'
Getting in the Way
'Direct-action protesters in the UK are focusing on climate change', Mike Wendling, Grist Magazine, November 2006
'Market solutions' won't stop climate catastrophe
Zoe Kenny & Rohan Pearce, 4 November 2006
Stepping away from the climatical cliff-edge
London Rising Tide's Harry Helios wrote this piece for Peace News in November 2006
The Pacific Island States Demand Action
A moving statement by the President of the Federated States of Micronesia who calls climate change a "doomsday threat of utmost urgency" and demands immediate action to prevent the "slow death" of his country.
Why can't we give up fossil fuels? - Ask a smoker!
We're addicted to fossil fuels and our feeble attempts to give up are disturbingly similar to those half hearted attempts nicotine addicts make to give up smoking. This humourous article explores all the similarities with reference to the Kyoto Protocol.
Why the Kyoto Protocol is pants
By George Marshall, 27 July 2001: A very snappy bit of rant with few long words.
Kyoto could make things worse
By Mark Lynas, The Guardian, 27 July 2001: Significantly different from George Marshall's article above.
The inclusion of sinks has sunk the Kyoto Protocol
Carbon sinks get dissed by the World Rainforest Movement, Indigenous Peoples and a whole load of others.