Blog
Diana Bronson | Over the weekend I found the time to take my 10-year-old daughter and two of her friends to see A Christmas Carol. The play was great but Scrooge kept reminding me of Stephen Harper.
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Joshua Kahn Russell | Well it was opening day of the madness that is COP15: the meeting of the UNFCCC that is supposedly going to decide the fate of the entire world.
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Murray Dobbin | Stephen Harper is clearly not moved by Canada's rapidly decaying reputation regarding its appalling position of climate change.
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Alison Hamm | Over 15,000 people from 192 countries began to work towards an international climate deal today in Copenhagen.
News
The Indigenous Environmental Network | A multi-generational delegation of 21 Indigenous Peoples from North America have arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark this week.
Columnists
Naomi Klein | Among the smartest and most promising proposals in advance of Copenhagen is "climate debt," the idea that rich countries should pay reparations to poor countries for the climate crisis.
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Raquel Brown | The world series of climate change is just around the corner. Next week, global leaders will convene in Copenhagen to discuss how the world will address climate change.
Podcast
Geoff Hughes, Chris Albi | Alert! Radio #137 - Marc Lee in Seattle 10yrs ago-and Copenhagen. Peter Kulchyski at Vancouver Gathering of Defenders of the Land. Mordecai Briemberg linking anti-semitism with criticism of Israel.
Blog
Matthew Adams | The climate crises is just that, so much so that leading climate scientist James Hansen thinks nothing is better then something in Copenhagen. But where will that lead us?
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Josée Madéia | A quick update on arriving in Copenhagen.
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Raquel Brown | On Wednesday, President Obama pledged to cut U.S. carbon emissions "in the range of" 17% below 2005 levels by 2020.
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rabble staff | Activists occupy office of Canadian Environment Minister to demand government push for climate justice in Copenhagen.