From the KlimaForum09 (the People's Summit in Copenhagen)-- Naomi Klein presents the Angry Mermaid award, set up to recognize the perverse role of corporate lobbyists.
Getting targeted by a Yes Men hoax was not the only problem the Government of Canada was facing today. Pressure is building on Canada from all sides as we move into the crucial last week.
UPDATE: Maude Barlow speaks on water and climate change.
Negotiations on technology have the same north south divide in this forum as emission cuts and money for adaptation.
Today marks the midpoint of COP15 and here in Copenhagen, it feels we are suspended at the centrepoint of hope and despair. But that's good because the pendulum had been swinging on the down side.
It has been a stunning day of climate action around the world with Avaaz reporting more than 3,000 vigils worldwide. Here in Copenhagen, an estimated 100,000 people marched from downtown.
With only a few hours in the Copenhagen under my belt, I am still marvelling at the climate awareness on billboards and street installations at every corner, be it in slickness or in art.
Elizabeth May gives her views on the talks, the movement, and Canada's position there-in from Copenhagen.
Bill McKibben is co-founder of www.350.org - an international campaign dedicated to building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis.
The whole show at Copenhagen is beginning to unravel, revealing what is really happening -- a climate tyranny not an international negotiation.