Podcast
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.
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Oil and Water don't mix: Kicking off week two of the negotiations.
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Canadian Youth Delegation | Via Campesina take to the streets!
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Today, we cover a youth action on forest policy, an excerpt from our meeting with Canada's lead negotiator and we cover today's Via Campesina-led march in downtown Cancun.
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | In today's podcast, we catch up with Joanna Dafoe, of Adopt a Negotiator, to discuss the role of the UN process in addressing the issue of climate change.
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Policy update and interview with Kandi Mossett of the Indigenous Environmental Network about her community’s struggle to keep Canada’s tar sands from contaminating their home
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Canadian youth prep for the UN climate change negotiations in Cancun, Mexico at the conference of youth.
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Canadaian youth accepts a prestigous international award on behalf of Canada at the climate negotiations
Blog
Sarah Laskow | Weekly Mulch: For Cancun Climate Summit, Activists Consider the Long View
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Sarah Laskow | In his first State of the Union address, President Barack Obama touched on climate issues only briefly.
Columnists
Naomi Klein | Contrary to countless reports, the debacle in Copenhagen was not everyone's fault. It did not happen because human beings are incapable of agreeing, or are inherently self-destructive.
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Alice Klein | The Copenhagen Accord is a bit of an orphan-child. No one is too proud or happy with the three page outcome that includes a yet to be determined number of countries in a non-binding agreement.