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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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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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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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John Bonnar | Community organizers and neighbourhood participants gathered Saturday for the second Toronto People's Assembly on Climate Justice at Sidney Smith Hall on the University of Toronto campus.
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Canadian Youth Delegation | In today's podcast, you'll be hearing about a meeting we had with Canadian Minister of the Environment John Baird.
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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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Velcrow Ripper | "There is hope in communities, in resiliency, in the commons, making sure that power can be exerted at the place where people live..."
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Brent Patterson | 6-minute interview with Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow about the COP 16 climate conference in Cancun
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Welcome to our fifth podcast, coming to you from Klimaforum, where hundreds of youth have gathered to celebrate Young and Future Generations day.