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A few emails vs global scientific consensus: guess who the winner is?

Blog entry by Jamie | 13 December, 2009 7 comments

(Thanks to Nick Anderson for the use of his cartoon.) Like a bad smell, the theft of emails from the Climate Research Unit (CRU) hangs around the Copenhagen conference and threatens to distract people from what really needs to...

Playing the biggest game of Risk

Blog entry by Jamie | 13 December, 2009 1 comment

With all the headlines about what the world will be like if we don't get a grip on climate change - how hot it will be by 2050, how high the sea levels will rise, that sort of thing - there's always an element of uncertainty. The top...

The best of the Real Deal

Blog entry by Jamie | 13 December, 2009 1 comment

With nearly 7,500 photos from Real Deal events around the world (as collated by TckTckTck ), there are an awful lot to wade through. Here, then, is a much shorter summary in slideshow form. Gaze on them and believe that we can...

Marching for climate justice in Copenhagen

Blog entry by mikeg | 13 December, 2009 1 comment

Yesterday was the first time I've seen the sun since arriving in Copenhagen over a week ago. Literally. But that was not even close to the most exciting thing about the day. The Greenpeace contingent of the December 12th "The World...

Messages to the future

Feature story | 13 December, 2009 at 0:00

Over the past month, thousands of people have posted messages to our Love Letters to the Future web site. They have voted for each other's love letters and shared their favourites with friends on Facebook.

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