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Faced with the choice of deadly, dirty, dangerous energy like coal, oil and nuclear power, or safe, clean and renewable power, what would you decide?
Renewable energy, smartly used, can and will meet our demands. No oil spills, no climate change, no radiation danger, no nuclear waste – simply energy we can trust. We can achieve a world with 100% renewable energy.

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Denmark or Dallas?

Blog entry by Jess | 9 December, 2009

Mistrust, lies, sneaking around and gossip - sounds like a soap opera from the 80’s but in fact, it is how you could describe the second day of the UN climate meeting here in Copenhagen. Text outlining a plan to keep business as usual...

Michael Dell gets his green on

Blog entry by mwilson | 8 December, 2009 1 comment

Dell CEO Michael Dell has a climate concern moment. Photo by Joi on Flickr . As the time and opportunity for bold pre-Copenhagen gestures finally wound down last week with the summit opening Monday, Dell came out of the smog with a...

Day one at Copenhagen-the short version

Blog entry by Jess | 8 December, 2009 3 comments

Lots of folks here are sending updates out about how the first day of the climate summit went but I thought I would share this email form a friend, it seemed so easy to understand and covers all the basics of what went down here at the...

10 million activists voices in Copenhagen

Blog entry by Jess | 7 December, 2009 2 comments

Here's another update from John Bowler, our Project Manager for Copenhagen (pictured above - our Executive Director Kumi Naidoo presents the Tcktcktck petition to the Prime Minister of Denmark). Just like the morning, the afternoon...

Microsoft goes to Copenhagen

Blog entry by mwilson | 4 December, 2009 4 comments

Photo by uCrave.com . Microsoft replied to our twitter petition today - more than 230 twitterers with more than 110,000 followers, retweeted our message. Our near crazed fantasies about Steve Ballmer morphing into a climate change...

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