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A man rides his bicycle past the cooling tower and chimneys from a coal-burning power station in Beijing June 1, 2012. China spurred a jump in global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions to their highest ever recorded level in 2011, offsetting falls in the United States and Europe, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday.Credit: REUTERS

19 Apr 2013

Youth Perspective: Is it tech-CO2-nology or technology?

Life becomes very easy with technology advancement; people can now do things which were impossible in the past. Computers, Cars, trains, mobile phone are airplanes and other more technologies are very important to our life.

A traditional light bulb of lamp manufacturer Osram is pictured in Germering near Munich November 28, 2012. Siemens AG is expected to publish details of the long-awaited spin-off of Osram on Wednesday after its supervisory board meets to set out a future course for the lighting unit. In a separate meeting on Thursday, Osram's supervisory board is expected to approve plans for a restructuring programme costing 500 million euros and thousands of jobs, sources have said. Osram, whose brand is 106 years old, has been slow to adapt to a shift from traditional light bulbs to more energy efficient and durable light-emitting diodes (LEDs).Credit: REUTERS

19 Apr 2013

Youth Perspective: 10 things you can do to reduce global warming

Burning fossil fuels such as natural gas, coal, oil and gasoline raises the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and carbon dioxide is a major contributor to the greenhouse effect and global warming.

A spruce forest attacked by engrave beetles is seen at the Czech Republic's Sumava National Park. REUTERS/Petr Josek

19 Apr 2013

Youth Perspective: How sustainable is our ignorance?

Sustainability. “Conserving an ecological balance by avoiding depletion of natural resources”.

Climate change affecting Kenya’s coffee output

19 Apr 2013

Youth Perspective: Climate change affecting Kenya’s coffee output

Climate change has affected Kenyan coffee production through unpredictable rainfall patterns and excessive droughts, making crop management and disease control a nightmare.

Vivian Asero, Njoro Girls wearing her bracelet from an air freshner bottle. (myclimate/Hot Stuff Climate Net)

19 Apr 2013

Youth Perspective: Bracelets & co.; Kenyan schools fighting waste with climate craft

Waste being a resource that has not been recycled back successfully into the market places or the environment.

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