Well I know you are all waiting with baited breath to hear what the Green Light Dhaba has to say about the negotiations that are just now getting underway in Copenhagen. I'll have something for you soon. But I promised some very important people that I would give them a few more days to engage in hush-hush diplomacy before I announced the Dhaba's position. Fair enough? Wouldn't want to give away the bottom line or anything like that.
In the mean time, I want to tip my hat to the 56 newspapers in 45 countries that ran this editorial yesterday. When I sat down to read my copy of The Hindu last night, I confess I felt strangely moved.
And Greenpeace International has done it again, releasing a series of subway ads featuring our world leaders looking sadder and older as they apologize from the year 2020 for what they didn't do today. You know how they say, seeing is believing? This is one of those things you just have to see.
If you feel moved to do something, you can go here to send a love letter to the future. The top 100 videos, images or text messages will go in a time capsule to be opened in 100 years. Many of the others will be available for viewing today, when they are really needed.
It is almost certain that the world's environmental problems will not be solved this week. But it's a good time to get working on them. We'll be posting more ideas for things to do as the week progresses--if you have ideas, send them our way!