Comments on: Carbon trading and a new climate deal Global environmental challenges Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:14:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: Kinaripa Sun, 21 Feb 2010 22:33:28 +0000 Thanks
Im Neville Unduka from Papua New Guinea. I believe in cleanliness of our environment and the air we breath in. With the clean air we preserva the most important aspect of life on earth, HUMAN BEING. God created human being to live and enjoy the earth and not destroy himself or herself. Carbon Trade is one area of saving and preserving our beings on earth and Papua New Guinea, A country in the Pacific has a big forest and green climate that can help the World. I have an registered Association which has been working with the Climate Changer and Carbon Trade in Port Moresby, PNG. I would like to get more information on Carbon Trade and can help with that, by giving our forest for Carbon Trade and assist the world with that…Anycomments are welcome.

Neville Unduka
PNGEI, P.O. Box 1791, BOROKO 111, NCD
Phone/Fax: +675 3251077

By: eddieblack Mon, 21 Dec 2009 17:26:17 +0000 We are a throw away society in the U.S.. Cars designed to last 75,00 miles, clothing that comes apart in the wash. We fight bitterly over extending health care to those who cannot get insurance. Big city businesses have left ethnic neighborhoods leaving little economic opportunity. It is as if here in America some people are throw away too. Why would we see the rest of the world any differently?

By: GMaids Sun, 20 Dec 2009 01:13:30 +0000 Carbon trading is about masking the problem. Let’s looks at what the world really needs — cutting down on all the garbage that is making the mess, and I don’t mean trash. If we cut our consumption, our destructive hunger for material goods, we will be so much better off — because remember, for every stupid piece of made-in-China plastic in your house, there is a history of its production and delivery. Eventually you will throw it in a landfill, but that is only a part of the problem. Forget the lame expectations set out by the deal in Copenhagen — let’s beat those expectations. Our future grandchildren will thank us.