Andrea Harden-Donahue

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Mar 29, 2011

Canada compared to G7 on environment

Andrea Harden-Donahue
Positively appraising the performance of the Canadian economy compared to G7 countries has been a steadfast beating drum of the Harper Conservatives communications.
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Dec 21, 2010

Cancun in review

Andrea Harden-Donahue
Recap recent climate justice campaign highlights.
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Dec 9, 2010

Putting Rights of Nature on the Table

Andrea Harden-Donahue
Shaded under a tent from the early morning sun, I joined a discussion on Mother Earth rights at the Dialogo Climatico (Espacio) alternative space. The discussion was led by Ben Powless...
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Dec 7, 2010

Water and Oil don't mix!

Andrea Harden-Donahue
"Water and Oil don't Mix" - this was the message of an action I just spoke at, pulled together by the Canadian Youth Delegation outside of where UN climate negotiations are taking place.
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Dec 4, 2010

Kyoto on last legs?

Andrea Harden-Donahue
Discussions here suggest that this text may enshrine the Copenhagen Accord and indicate a shift away from the legally binding emission reductions under the Kyoto Protocol.
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Nov 28, 2010

Real climate solutions heard in Dolores Hidalgo

Andrea Harden-Donahue
Amidst trees full of singing bird and colourful banners, we heard a number of representatives from local organizations speak to both the ecological problems their community faces and...
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Nov 28, 2010

Day 1: Caravaning to Mexico City

Andrea Harden-Donahue
We are on a caravan beginning in San Luis Potosi, we will arrive in Mexico City late tomorrow night.
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Nov 18, 2010

Council of Canadians taking action in Cancun and Canada

Andrea Harden-Donahue
The Council’s team will provide updates on negotiations inside the conference, and organize and participate in events and climate justice movement activities happening outside.
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Apr 22, 2010

Tar sands exposed in Cochabamba

Andrea Harden-Donahue
Earlier today the Council of Canadians joined the Indigenous Environmental Network in hosting a workshop, "Join the International Movement Against the Tar Sands."

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