- July 3, 2012
Bretton Woods ProjectVisit the publisher's website
According to Oscar Reyes of the US think tank Institute for Policy Studies "the largest proportion of the ‘carbon market growth’ is accounted for by a change in how the World Bank counts the figures."
- June 27, 2012
Uprising RadioVisit the publisher's website
- June 22, 2012
The (Easton, MD) Star Democrat features article “The Elephant in Rio”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- June 19, 2012
Common Dreams features article “The Elephant in Rio”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- June 19, 2012
The Register Citizen (Torrington, CT) features article “The Elephant in Rio”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- June 14, 2012
YES! MagazineVisit the publisher's website
- June 4, 2012
Guam PDNVisit the publisher's website
Robert Alvarez, a former senior Energy Department official in the Clinton administration, has issued a similar warning, saying if an accident causes the Unit 4's pool of spent fuel rods to drain, it could release of 10 times as much radioactivity as Chernobyl, the Russian nuclear plant disaster of 1986.
- May 4, 2012
The HillVisit the publisher's website
The PR effort drew quick condemnation. “How low will #Heartland go? This shows pure desperation,” said Daphne Wysham, co-director of the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network, over Twitter.
- March 28, 2012
Oil VoiceVisit the publisher's website
One of them is Janet Redman, co-director of the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network, who provides analysis of the international financial institutions' energy investment and carbon finance activities.
'It is gut-wrenching and kind of sickening that Palau has been put in this position by those who have developed on the backs of the country's future,' Redman told Reuters in an interview. 'We are contributing to the process of an entire country disappearing,' she said.
- March 1, 2012
Fox NewsVisit the publisher's website
“I don’t think there is a global appetite right now for new institutions … or a world environmental organization like we have, say, with the World Trade Organization,” said Janet Redman, co-director of the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network at the progressive Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C.
“There are a lot of places - especially the oceans and food security - where everyone is saying that doing this piecemeal is not going to address the bigger sense of these environmental issues.”
But on the whole, she said, global government probably won’t work.
“I think everyone agrees this is not the right time,” Redman told FoxNews.com.