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Nokia, Copenhagen-shy?

Blog entry by mwilson | 9 December, 2009

Nokia's CEO Olli Kallasvuo: time to take action on climate change? Photo by dottavi on Flickr . Eureka! In what appears to be a slowly evolving trend (on a petri dish), yet another ICT CEO has come out with a statement on the...

"You won it, now earn it" - Greenpeace activists prepare to help congratulate Obama...

Blog entry by mikeg | 9 December, 2009 3 comments

I'm up here in Oslo, Norway to help our local Greenpeace activists and the crew of the Rainbow Warrior congratulate US President Barack Obama on winning the Nobel Peace Prize, which he'll be awarded with in a ceremony at City Hall...

Tuvalu stops play in Copenhagen by demanding legally-binding agreement

Blog entry by Jamie | 9 December, 2009 1 comment

A couple of hours ago, we heard that the plenary session had been suspended. Tuvalu, the Pacific island nation so vulnerable to climate change, demanded a legally-binding agreement - not in six or 12 months, but at the end of the...

Romans call for history to be made in Copenhagen

Blog entry by Lisa | 9 December, 2009 1 comment

Last night eight of our activists in Rome climbed on top of the Colosseum to send a message to the Bella Center in Copenhagen - where the UN Climate Summit is being held. This morning, they are calling for an historic deal at the...

Jonathon Porritt: Who is the next Edward Goldsmith?

Blog entry by Justin | 9 December, 2009

The prominent British environmentalist Jonathon Porritt asks some hard questions following the death of the highly influential environmentalist, writer and philosopher, Edward Goldsmith … Without Teddy, who is going to rub...

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