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  • As the politicians start to arrive...

    Blogpost by Activist - November 14, 2006 at 4:56


    This is the week when the ministers come out. Even Kofi Annan is speaking tomrorrow. We've been running around after delegates to get them to participate in out photo event. We have a big poster where they can put their head in and we take a picture. ... Read more >

  • Solutions from the Kibera slum

    Blogpost by Activist - November 13, 2006 at 4:59
    skylinesolar kiberakibera train tracks
    The Kibera Youth Community Programme is implementing solar cooking and solar power projects as a self sustained youth employment strategy.

    They have tons of other projects and are quite possibly the most kindly people on earth. The solar generation te... Read more >

  • The COP hop (Canada jumps back from Kyoto)...

    Blogpost by Anil Kanji - November 9, 2006 at 4:30 1 comment

    The first days of the COP (Kyoto protocol meeting) here in Nairobi are full of lobbying, attending side events and strategizing. The conference is being held at the United Nations Environment Programme compound, which also houses the offices for UN Ha... Read more >

  • Jake T

    Blogpost by - November 7, 2006 at 18:19

    Jake TorrieYou might say that Jake Torrie was born an environmentalist. With both parents employed as energy experts pushing renewables and conservation, Jake was the kind of kid who, he says, was “enrolled in after school programs and sent off to summer camp wh... Read more >

  • Contributors

    Blogpost by - November 7, 2006 at 18:16

    Contributors to are Greenpeace Canada staff, volunteers and supporters from across Canada and around the globe. Learn a little more about our bloggers: Read more >

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