climate crisis

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Dec 18, 2009

Tallying the Copenhagen numbers

Alice Klein
One day to go and hope has found its way back to the Copenhagen proceedings. What counters even the darkest hours of these negotiations is the exposure to the range of work that is being done.
Columnists
Dec 16, 2009

Climate change and the limits of growth

Climate change is merely a symptom of a much bigger and more serious problem. The real problem is that human society has grossly over-reached its ability to sustain itself on the planet.
Blog
Dec 16, 2009

Walking the walk in Copenhagen

Alice Klein
It has been a banner day in Copenhagen, so to speak. Civil society has not failed these talks. But the talks themselves are in a sorry state with so little time ahead and so much unresolved.
Blog
Dec 15, 2009

Ontario, Quebec rip into Harper at COP15

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.
Blog
Dec 12, 2009

A deal is still possible

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.
Blog
Dec 12, 2009

100,000 protesters take to streets of Copenhagen

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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