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Sarah Laskow | Americans don't know what to think about climate change anymore. A few years ago, the public more or less trusted the science that said human activity was raising global temperatures.
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Sarah Laskow | In his first State of the Union address, President Barack Obama touched on climate issues only briefly.
Podcast
Meagan Perry | An aid worker shares stories of cooperation from Haiti, audio from Canada's anti-prorogation demonstrations, and Dr. Julia Agwu on what Africa sees in climate change.
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Ashley Bigda & Matt Juniper | A month after the UN climate change talks in Copenhagen, youth delegates Ashely Bigda and Matt Juniper reflect on the failures -- and potential successes -- of COP-15 while looking forward to COP-16.
Podcast
Sean Mullen | Clayton Thomas Muller is with the Indigeneous Environmental Network. He was one of 20 First Nations delegates to the climate summit. The tar sands were on the top of his agenda.
Podcast
Geoff Hughes, Chris Albi, Mitch Podolak | Alert! Radio #139 - with Hugh Mackenzie, David Robinson, The Now Show (Dr. Seuss in Copenhagen) and Mitch Podoluk.
Columnists
Alice Klein | Proroguing Parliament represses political debate on the rule of law, the honesty of government and the non-partisanship of our civil service. It's a kind of soul theft that will leave deep wounds.
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Sarah Laskow | A glimpse of climate reform's enemies and those that are still fighting for change in 2010.
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.
Podcast
Lorraine Chisholm | Canadian activists, the Yes Men and Action Aid were behind a series of fake press releases sent out during the UN climate change summit in Copenhagen. We speak with Frans Mikael Jansen of Action Aid.
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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.
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Matt Juniper and Ashley Bigda | Two youth delegates write about their experiences -- and continuous disappointments with Canada -- at the Copenhagen climate talks.