Globalpossibilities.Org: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Globalpossibilities.Org related to Carbon Credits. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Carbon Credits.

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All Media Count   55
News Count (W/Clustered)   9 (16.36%)
Distinct Stories   8
Blog Count   45 (81.82%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.70
Combined Polarization   8.12
Combined Activity   1.27
Combined Personalization   1.27
News Tone   0.90
Blog Tone   0.66
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   8/25/2012
Last Seen   12/22/2013
News/Social Ratio  16.36%
Attention/Loyalty  51 / 2956 days (1.73%)
Domain Type   Blog
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9.26% (5)
85.19% (46)
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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Barack Obama   9.09% (5)
Al Gore   7.27% (4)
Van Jones   7.27% (4)
Naomi Klein   7.27% (4)
David Roberts   5.45% (3)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Natural Resources Defense Council   10.91% (6)
Sierra Club   9.09% (5)
European Union   9.09% (5)
Big Oil   7.27% (4)
Environmental Defense Fund   7.27% (4)

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Related Worldwide Cities

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San Francisco, California, United States   10.91% (6)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   7.27% (4)
Columbia, Washington, United States   7.27% (4)
Los Angeles, California, United States   7.27% (4)
Rio, 21, Brazil   5.45% (3)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   3.64% (8)
Jersey   3.64% (2)
Canada   3.64% (2)
United Kingdom   3.64% (1)
Australia   3.64% (1)

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Related Global Regions

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Baja California, Mexico   1.82% (1)
KAvn*, Denmark   1.82% (1)

Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

California, United States   7.27% (4)
New York, United States   7.27% (4)
Washington, United States   7.27% (4)
Pennsylvania, United States   5.45% (3)
Virginia, United States   3.64% (2)

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Top News Outlets

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Globalpossibilities.Org   14.55% (8)
Huffingtonpost.Com   1.82% (1)

Top Blogs

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Globalpossibilities.Org   81.82% (45)

News Articles

All 9 news articles:


A Brilliant Activist Shows Us a Path to Real Change Through Civil Disobedience | "Global Possibilities"

...... with major corporations such as BP America, Pacific Oil and Gas Company, Shell, and General Electric). Having spent more than $700 million on a comprehensive strategy, featuring cap and trade as a principle tactic for change, in 2009 this effort "fell on its face," says DeChristopher because it was "built around how corporate lobbyists work." Well-directed activism can (and must) ......

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Tone: 0.47%
Pol: 8.70%
Act: 21.87%
Per: 1.06%
Que: 6.98%
Exc: 0.00%

Governor Jerry Brown's 10 Worst Environmental Policies | "Global Possibilities"

...... "Gov. Brown supports hydraulic fracturing." 3. REDD: The REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation+) allows Northern Hemisphere polluters to buy forest carbon offset credits from the global South. Brown is trying to link an agreement among Chiapas, Mexico; Acre, Brazil; and California, to AB32 (which commits to a 25% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions for 2020 ......

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Tone: 1.42%
Pol: 7.85%
Act: 21.19%
Per: 0.38%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Were Addicted to Economic Growth and it Will Be the Death of Us | "Global Possibilities"

...... after his re-election and two weeks after Hurricane Sandy flooded New York City, President Obama was asked by the New York Times about climate policy, specifically the possibility of a carbon tax: I think the American people right now have been so focused, and will continue to be focused on our economy and jobs and growth, that if the message is somehow we're going to ignore jobs and ......

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Tone: 4.81%
Pol: 11.83%
Act: 18.32%
Per: 2.40%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

OFA Refuses To Push On Keystone

...... going to go ahead," Diamond said on the conference call with Carson. "Because Keystone is just like cutting the legs out from under our efforts. And it is the one thing -- we talk about a carbon tax -- but this is the one thing that he can do, you know, as the president, with leadership, [to] move us into the future that we need to be in." OFA's Frishberg, the climate change campaign manager, ......

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Tone: -0.10%
Pol: 6.98%
Act: 22.72%
Per: 1.20%
Que: 2.02%
Exc: 1.01%
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Schools and Cities Are Divesting From Fossil Fuels | "Global Possibilities"

...... the most powerful and wealthiest environmental organizations have long behaved as if they had a stake in the oil and gas industry. They led the climate movement down various dead ends: carbon trading, carbon offsets, natural gas as a "bridge fuel"what these policies all held in common is that they created the illusion of progress while allowing the fossil fuel companies to keep mining, drilling ......

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Tone: 1.66%
Pol: 7.64%
Act: 21.59%
Per: 1.38%
Que: 7.89%
Exc: 0.00%

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Blog Posts

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China launches world's second-biggest carbon-trading market | "Global Possibilities"

...... the Chinese city of Guangzhou with 61 renminbi burning a hole in your pocket, you could drop by the world's newest and bound-to-be-second-largest carbon-trading market and pick up a carbon credit as a souvenir. The first day of trading at China's fourth carbon-trading market was described as brisk on Thursday. A cement company kicked things off, buying 20,000 carbon permits from an energy ......

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Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 3.05%
Act: 18.32%
Per: 1.15%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Big corporations are getting ready for carbon taxes, even if we're not | "Global Possibilities"

...... new drilling rigs, for example which will likely be subject to some kind of emissions tax in ten or twenty years. For climate hawks and economists disappointed by the failure of carbon tax schemes in the real world, this may sound hopeful: At least SOMEONE believes that carbon-pricing stands a chance, and soon, too. But it's also just good business: With California's fledgling cap-and ......

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Tone: -0.13%
Pol: 7.38%
Act: 20.27%
Per: 0.81%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 3.45%

How the World Bank Is Hurtling Us Toward Environmental Ruin | "Global Possibilities"

...... and for its promotion of user fees for these services, making them unaffordable for India's poor and leading to their "deepening deprivation." It lambasted the Bank's support for carbon trading as subsidizing a private market for selling greenhouse-gas emissions that "in practice is doing nothing to reduce them." "Our conclusion based on these testimonies," the tribunal wrote, "is that the ......

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Tone: 1.97%
Pol: 8.14%
Act: 21.11%
Per: 0.22%
Que: 1.94%
Exc: 0.00%

Magic Mike: How Bloomberg became the world's greenest mayor | "Global Possibilities"

...... change can seem like such a big problem that one is paralyzed: It doesn't matter what kind of soap you buy, the Earth is going to hell unless the U.S., China, and India all adopt cap and trade, so what's the point of doing anything? New York has demonstrated that if you take a bunch of little requirements that buildings must insulate their heating pipes, for example, and that they must ......

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Tone: 2.41%
Pol: 7.85%
Act: 23.15%
Per: 0.70%
Que: 6.00%
Exc: 0.00%

We Have to Consume Less | "Global Possibilities"

...... from our policymakers. But when it comes down to individual action, you know, one of the things that actually isn't going to bring down emissions is the issue of offsets, so carbon offsets. They're not going to help us reduce our emissions, because at the moment we don't have a cap on emissions overall. If we did, if we had a cap at a global level, which is what we would all hope for, ......

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Tone: 0.96%
Pol: 6.12%
Act: 22.04%
Per: 5.78%
Que: 5.43%
Exc: 1.45%

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