For the third consecutive day, Canada was awarded a Fossil of the Day at the United Nations climate change summit in Copenhagen (Dec. 7 to 18). Few other countries have ever earned this embarrassing distinction.
Over 300,000 people die from the effects of climate change annually . About 30,000 of those die from extreme weather events and the remainder by climate-driven-drought, malnutrition and disease.
By my calculation, that is about 800...
On the opening day of climate change negotiations in Copenhagen, Greenpeace activists occupy roofs on the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, highlighting the failure of Prime Minister Harper and Opposition Leader Ignatieff to help end the growing...
Activists hang banners over the entrance to Parliament Buildings on December 7, 2009, the first day of Copenhagen climate change negotiations.
Police officers and firemen stand below as activists finish putting up banners reading "Harper/Ignatieff: Climate Inaction Costs Lives" from the West Block of Parliament buildings in Ottawa.
Activists hang a banner reading "Harper/Ignatieff: L'Inaction climatique coute des vies (Climate Inaction Costs Lives)" from the West Block of Parliament Buildings in Ottawa.
In Ottawa, street signs showing futuristic photos of an apologetic Prime Minister Harper and President Obama in 2020 highlight the importance of the United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen from December 7 to 18, 2009.
This is a blog by Dave Martin, Climate and Energy Coordinator of Greenpeace Canada. Dave is a delegate to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, which takes place from December 7 to 18, 2009. Stay tuned to...
Just three days before the UN climate change summit opens in Copenhagen, Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited Beijing, where he received a surprise visit at the Canadian embassy from Greenpeace China and two polar bears.
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