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Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians will be joining the Indigenous Environmental Network, the Rainforest Action Network, the Indigenous Peoples Power Project, and the UK Tar Sands Group for a demonstration.
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Diana Bronson | A behind the scenes look at COP15 and how the big guns are pushing a technology solution to climate change.
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Brent Patterson | What if Copenhagen fails?
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Alice Klein | Today marks the midpoint of COP15 and here in Copenhagen, it feels we are suspended at the centrepoint of hope and despair. But that's good because the pendulum had been swinging on the down side.
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Brent Patterson | While the real momentum (and power) for change is on the streets, we have been tracking the status of the COP 15 negotiations as best as we can.
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Brent Patterson | Maude Barlow comments on today's march and the arrests.
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Brent Patterson | Copenhagen police detain 68 climate activists.
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Alice Klein | It has been a stunning day of climate action around the world with Avaaz reporting more than 3,000 vigils worldwide. Here in Copenhagen, an estimated 100,000 people marched from downtown.
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Brent Patterson | 100,000 about to march to the Bella Centre
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Anil Naidoo and Brent Patterson arrive in Copenhagen
Brent Patterson | It's now past 1:00 am and we have arrived safely in Frankfurt en route to Copenhagen. What better time than now to comment on the issue of climate financing?
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Alison Hamm | At the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen (Cop15), global leaders aren't just negotiating a climate deal -- they're positioning to avoid blame if the talks fail.
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Police crack down on youth.
Brent Patterson | In advance of Saturday's march, the local police appear to be targetting youth by searching their backpacks.