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Recipes for Change
by Jo Abbess
1st July 2007
Here at the Climate Kitchen, there are many recipes for Global Change.
We invite you to read, choose a recipe style and contribute. Just e-mail us : change dot college at google mail dot com.
Climate Change : Comment & Opinion : Policy & Trends : Information as Food
Whipping up a perfect storm in the kitchen, the chef du jour dips into brewing carbon policy and peers into bubbling green trends on the back burner, dabbling in recipes for disaster and adding some spice to new concoctions.
Are we catering for a hot roast ? And is public opinion scrambled ? Are we getting the taste for strong measures ? Can we put an airtight lid on Climate Change ? Cheffie blends all the ingredients, and stirs up the cooky mix.
On A Knife Edge
Interviews & Out-Takes : What The Experts Are Saying
Edible pieces from science chefs unpacking the currant issues and political raisins in the Climate Change casserole. Bitesize chunks of debate on subjects such as : How can we cut the carbon pie ? What powers control power ? Why is global food production failing ? Gaz-guzzlers : people eat petrol ?
Acidic Quotations : Acerbic Commentary
Who is pouring out the vinegar and dumping sour grapes on international negotiations, national measures, business practice, legal manoeuvres and the most recent research and science. Who’s at boiling point ? Who’s crying over spilt milk ?
Chewing Over the Climate Change Issues : A Hot Pot of Resources
Information and guidance on how to set up an “eating meeting” to share news and ideas about Climate Change. Suggestions for approaching your local public authorities, corporate enterprises and national governments with demands for Climate Change policies that are edible and not just cooked-up at the last minute.
The College of Global Change was formed to provide a platform for thinkers and writers on Energy, Environmental and Economic Change. The Change College aims to encourage information and opinion exchange in the science, policy and education communities, and to offer commentary to the media about Global Change news. The College hopes to promote sound systems thinking for policymakers at all levels of government, and practical action for social structures and corporate organisations. The Change College is a private, non-partisan, non-profit network and is free to join. The online resources are offered at no charge to readers, and contributors are not paid. Contact us by e-mail at change dot college at google mail dot com.