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UN climate negotiators in Bangkok turn deaf ear to Ondoy and Pepeng onslaught

Feature story | October 10, 2009 at 6:00

As the climate talks in Bangkok limped to a close, Greenpeace called on the leaders of the rich world to make the political decisions needed to save the climate.

Greenpeace and GCCA partners stage musical noise barrage for the climate

Feature story | December 12, 2009 at 7:00

Greenpeace and other organizations under the “tiktoktiktok” (“tcktcktck” in some countries) movement today staged activities all over the globe to call on world leaders for a fair, ambitious and binding (FAB) deal at the ongoing United Nations...

Of missing luggage, delayed flight, and Japan’s killer statement

Blog entry by Zelda Soriano | December 7, 2010

Traveling from Southeast Asia (Manila) to Paris with connecting flights to Mexico City and finally to Cancun- -- the site of the 16 th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and 6th...

Copenhagen Diary 6 | Undemocratic fashions inside the Bella Center

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | December 15, 2009

Late morning on Sunday, I was asked by Penchom Tang and Kingkorn Narinthon Na Ayutthaya- Thai Working Group for Climate Justice’s colleagues to help taking 9 community leaders from Thailand to participate in “Hit the Production” action...

Copenhagen Diary 5 |Samba Drums

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | December 14, 2009

A clear blue sky over Christiansborg Slotsplads (Parliament Square) seen two police and military helicopters flying around as about 100,000 people were taking over the area. It marked Global Day of Climate Action in Copenhagen and more...

Copenhagen Diary 3 | The Entrance

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | December 11, 2009

“I was at war in Vietnam” said very senior charismatic American Indian man based in California I met and greet on the bus heading into town center as I was telling him that I come from Bangkok and work for Greenpeace there. He is one...

Copenhagen Diary 2 |Keep Talking…The Boat is Ready

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | December 11, 2009 2 comments

Unfortunately I missed the highlight on the first day when Leah Wickham – a young woman from Fiji speaking on behalf of more than 10 million people who signed tcktcktck petition calling for an immediate legally binding and Abigail...

Copenhagen Diary – 1

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | December 11, 2009

I landed at Kastrup airport of Copenhagen and checked Greenpeace website to discover that the Countdown to Copenhagen clock for the UN climate summit showed exactly 24 hours were left before the most important meeting in the history of...

Drowned rats

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | December 19, 2009

World leaders are scurrying to the Copenhagen airport like rats fleeing a sinking ship. You’d think they were all in the Maldives right now or something, and they could see the water closing in over their heads (if you’ll permit me to...

Copenhagen Diary 9 | Between the Debate and Speeches

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | December 18, 2009

There has been snowing since Wednesday night. All Copenhagen landscape turned white. I was on the bus no 250S to Gladsaxe Stadium outside Copenhagen’ city center with Khun Amarit(Mum) – news reporter from Thailand’s Public Broadcasting...

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