- 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.
- February 21, 2012
Fire Dog Lake features article “Coal Smoke and Planetary Fever”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- February 20, 2012
YubaNet features article “Coal Smoke and Planetary Fever”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- February 10, 2012
The Ellsworth (KS) Independent-Reporter features article “Fracking Perils”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- February 9, 2012
Counterpunch features article “Fracking Perils”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- February 6, 2012
Common Dreams features article “Fracking Perils”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- January 31, 2012
Red Pepper MagazineVisit the publisher's website
Canada, Russia and Japan confirmed their intention to withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol, while ‘the remaining countries (New Zealand, Australia, and EU members) pushed their favourite loopholes and exceptions’, says Janet Redman of the Washington-based Institute of Policy Studies, as a result of which ‘it’s hard to see what the use would be of enforcing the treaty anyway.’
- January 30, 2012
KBOO-FM 90.7Visit the publisher's website
Janet Redman speaks with Bill Resnick of KBOO about the hopes and failures of the Durban Climate Summit, and where to go from here: "One thing we were all hoping... is that okay, this is important, leaders are having to recognize that climate change is real and happening, we're going to see some shift at the international levels," said Redman. "And what happened was very dissapointing. In fact it was astonishingly disappointing."
- January 30, 2012
KBOO Portland, OregonVisit the publisher's website
What could be done to bring energy production into line with the survival of life on this planet? This is both a political and a technology question, and both are discussed here by Janet Redman and the Old Mole's Bill Resnick.