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A distinctive Machiya — ‘Misuya-Bari’ in delightful Kyoto Special

Kyoto - Machiya traditional townhouses may be found in many places in Japan; however, they are especially noteworthy in Kyoto, Japan’s ancient capital, the location of some of the finest examples of machiya architecture and gardens.
Digital Journal Report by Igor I. Solar - 3 comments

‘Sanjusangen-do’ — A splendid collection of Japanese Buddhist art Special

Kyoto - The Temple of Sanjusangen-do located in Kyoto, Japan, housing over 1000 wood-carved, gold-leaf-covered, statues of religious figures dating from the Thirteen Century, is one of the most outstanding cultural treasures of Japanese Buddhism.
Digital Journal Report by Igor I. Solar - 4 comments

Leader of Kyoto Negotiations Casts Doubt on Climate Conference

The leader of the negotiations that led to the Kyoto Protocol has expressed doubt concerning the Danish environment minister's ability to handle the upcoming climate conference in Copenhagen.
In the Media by Christoffer Olling Back

China: Rich Nations Trying to End Kyoto Protocol

As delegates from some 180 countries are gathered in Bangkok to discuss a draft document for negotiations at a UN climate change conference in Copenhagen in December, China has accused the world's richer nations of wanting to end the Kyoto Protocol.
In the Media by Chris Dade - 4 comments

China: 'carbon tariffs' proposals violate WTO rules

As the U.S. congress attempts to hammer out a bill on climate change, one particular provision on tariffs against global trade partners has caught the attention of China.
In the Media by Michael Krebs

Op-Ed: Do we understand global warming enough to act?

The use of economic policy tools to tackle the global warming phenomenon begs a bigger question: do we know enough about the planet's heating and cooling cycles?
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 36 comments

Friends of the Earth Canada Sue Canada's Federal Government

Canada is the first country ever to be brought to court for failing to comply with its legal commitments to combat global warming.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 4 comments

EU Delegates Get Impatient With Stubborn US Negotiators At Bali Meeting

US negotiators in Bali are behaving in destructive ways, trying to get key 2020 goals scrapped from a draft text. That is what EU delegates meant when they hinted that clearly spelt out interim targets were needed.
In the Media by Angelique van Engelen

US Negotiators Are Driving A Hard Bargain In Bali Climate Talks

Nobel Peace Prize winner and former US Vice President Al Gore, who is picking up his prize in Oslo today, has said that even the strictest climate measures conditions will slow world economic growth by 0.12 percent at most.
In the Media by Angelique van Engelen

Will Canada Respect Kyoto? Despite New Law, All Signs Point to No

The Canadian government, forced to comply with the Kyoto protocol through liberal private member’s bill C-288, has released its implementation plan a few days ago. Environmental critics slam the plan for not meeting Kyoto requirements.
In the Media by Nathalie Caron - 2 comments
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