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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Debate 2.0: Do we still care about climate change?
Have your say on whether the world's urgency to deal with climate change has lessened.
Post COP15 industrial policy
National industrial policies need to be reassessed in light of the financial crisis and ongoing negotiations for a global agreement on reducing emissions.
US climate change legislation Q & A
The global recession, US mid-term elections and a weak deal at Copenhagen all play a part in the future of cap and trade.
Our World 2.0 — 2009 in review
Our World 2.0 looks back and says: while 2009 was a year of global talk in many instances, the growth of grassroots action bodes well for 2010.
Debate 2.0: If only our climate were a bank…
What do you think about the COP15 meeting? Do rich nations prioritize war and a dysfunctional financial system over an already-ailing climate?
Why all is not (yet) lost from COP15
Even though the deal from COP15 was a bitter disappointment, we can still learn from that experience and step back from climate disaster.
Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival
The Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival will screen during COP15 at the National Museum of Denmark.
The UK Youth Climate Coalition and the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change's Kenyan chapter plan to take their place as COP15 stakeholders.
The rise of online climate activists
There is a surge of climate change activism, especially through social media, to promote awareness and influence leaders before COP15 in December.
Who put the COP15 in Copenhagen?
At the COP15 conference in Copenhagen in December we need to replace the Kyoto Protocol.
Scientific fact: no time for fence-sitting
At a global scientific congress, participants argued that scientists' reluctance to give firmer climate change advice makes drafting policy difficult.
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