The run-up to the Copenhagen Climate Conference, which will decide the planet's carbon future, isn't just whipping up supporters. Climate deniers are swinging into action as well.
Halloween is around the corner, and children will soon be chanting "trick or treat," their demand for candy backed up by the threat of a prank. Climate-change activists are doing the same.
From September 28 to October 9, thousands of government negotiators and citizens groups went to Bangkok for the penultimate international meeting before the Copenhagen climate summit in December.
An impressive global grassroots mobilization, possibly unparalleled in creativity and diversity, is rising up, aiming for maximum citizen pressure on the final Copenhagen climate change negotiations.
We're in the run-up to the December UN climate summit in Copenhagen that will determine how the planet will weather the future, so don't expect things to settle down before the year ends.
When Obama visited Copenhagen to support Chicago's Olympic bid, he showed the world that he is willing to schlep to Scandinavia for an event he considers important. Will he do it again on December 7?
With Stephen Harper asleep at the switch heading into the Copenhagen Summit in December, activists in Canada joined thousands around the world in a "wake-up call" on climate change.
by Raquel Brown
Media Consortium Blogger
Seventy days before the international climate summit in Copenhagen, hundreds of government officials and business leaders met in New York City on Monday to kick off Climate Week.
The longer Harper is our prime minister, the bigger the price tag for dealing with the problems he ignores or exacerbates.