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Amy Goodman | As the Copenhagen climate summit enters its final week, the notion that a binding agreement will come from this conference looks more and more like a fairy tale.
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Brent Patterson | Police attack climate justice march
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Alison Hamm | The Climate Change Conference (Cop15) turned ugly today when police officers beat back hundreds of demonstrators, including a group of 50 to 100 delegates that were trying to meet with protesters.
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Alice Klein | It was already a bad day for Canada yesterday. Who knew it could get worse.
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rabbleTV | From the KlimaForum09 (the People's Summit in Copenhagen)-- Naomi Klein presents the Angry Mermaid award, set up to recognize the perverse role of corporate lobbyists.
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rabble staff | Keep following rabble.ca's Copenhagen conference coverage for the rest of the week.
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Alice Klein | Getting targeted by a Yes Men hoax was not the only problem the Government of Canada was facing today. Pressure is building on Canada from all sides as we move into the crucial last week.
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rabbleTV | Elizabeth May gives her views on the talks, the movement, and Canada's position there-in from Copenhagen.
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Brent Patterson | UPDATE: Maude Barlow speaks on water and climate change.
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rabbleTV | Bill McKibben is co-founder of www.350.org - an international campaign dedicated to building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis.
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Diana Bronson | Negotiations on technology have the same north south divide in this forum as emission cuts and money for adaptation.
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Alison Hamm | On Saturday, December 12, climate activists rallied to call for a binding climate agreement.