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How can the climate change movement move ahead in 2012?

It is important not to underestimate the harm caused by the failure of negotiations in Copenhagen and Durban — but it is equally important not to succumb to pessimism.  +++++++++++++ by Elaine Graham-Leigh Counterfire (UK), January 24, 2012 In the planning stages, the demonstration at the climate talks in Copenhagen in December 2009, and the associated […]

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Stand up for Africa! Stand up for climate justice!

For Africa and its peoples in particular, governments meeting at this year’s United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Durban must end years of unacceptable vacillation, and meet their moral, historical and legal obligations and commitments for action on climate change, in accordance with the requirements of science and the principles of equity. (more…)

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