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Roger Rashi | Cochabamba +1 : Climate Justice and Ecological Alternatives will feature more than 30 speakers and nine panels, spread over three days, at the University of Quebec at Montreal.
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Sarah Laskow | President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao touched on energy issues in the bilateral summit between the two countries this week.
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Sean Mullen | Ben Powless is with the Indigenous Environmental Network. He was in Cancun for the climate summit in December and participated in the official talks as a member of the Indigenous People's Caucus.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | Recap recent climate justice campaign highlights.
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Sarah Laskow | The United Nations-led Climate Conference at Cancun was not a diplomatic disaster, but for climate activists and grassroots groups, it wasn’t a success either.
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Velcrow Ripper | The 16th Climate Summit has washed over us, and thankfully, this vital process is still alive.
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Cheryl McNamara | The Climate Change Accountability Act is killed by Conservative senators and Prime Minister Harper defends this by saying that had it passed it would have harmed Canadian jobs. That's nonsense.
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Brent Patterson | Deutsche Presse-Agentur reports that, “Bolivia threatened Sunday to take court action to block the compromise (climate) deal reached in Mexico…
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Sarah Laskow | This year’s round of the United Nations-led climate change negotiations, ongoing in Cancun, Mexico, for the past two weeks, end today.
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Brent Patterson | UN conference approves climate deal over Bolivia protest
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Brent Patterson | As I arrive in Ottawa late this evening after fifteen days in Mexico, my thoughts turn to what we as a movement need to do to better address the challenge of the climate change crisis.
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Canadian Youth Delegation | The issues regarding the form of a future international climate change agreement that have received so much focus here in Cancun, were beautifully contrasted today by Canadians at the conference.