Simulation: Green Gold

As part of the coopertaion project, "Coole Schule - Energie für die Millenniumsziele", sponserd by Inwent gGmbH (funds from the BMZ), Climate-Alliace designed a simulation game on the issue 'agrofuels'.

In the Brazilian state of Acre, 1,000 ha of rainforest are to be sold and cleared. Due to protests from civil society, the Brazilian government has invited various representatives and affected people to a hearing in the region.

The materials include a teaching folder with background material, the game manual, all information about the players and also the six folders with the relevant factsheets on the various actors.


Ordering: Klima-Bündnis e.V., Europäische Geschäfsstelle, Silke Lunnebach

Costs: 20,- Euro / file (plus shipping fees)

Rainforest and Human Rights

In the framework of the project "EnergyBridges", the partner organisation ASTM published an updated edition of the brochure "Rainforest and Humanrights - Energy landscapes in Ecuador". Therein you find information about

  • Ecuador
  • the impacts of oil exploitation
  • Climate Alliance's projects and
  • news about the ITT-Yasuní initiative

The photos were made during the delegation tour to Ecuador in 2009.


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Clean Development? How Luxembourg is reducing its greenhouse gas emissions abroad

The present study focuses on climate policy in Luxembourg on the occasion of national and European elections in June 2009, but it also serves as a case study for how EU member states are tackling their objectives at the national level.

Review international, European and national policy and you will soon notice the fact that Luxembourg has a very particular kind of climate change policy: our country is on its way to achieving its reduction target entirely through the purchase of so-called emission rights. The Kyoto Protocol explicitly provides such loopholes - but it should not be possible for a country to slip through them completely. And almost all of us contribute, because the Kyoto Cent tax we pay when we fill up our fuel tanks, in turn fills the Kyoto Fund, from which these rights can be paid.


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