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COP15 coming to a close…

As the negotiations are coming to a close, a select number of world leaders are struggling to come to an agreement. Here is a smattering of recent press: World leaders come together to continue meeting The world’s leaders have come together once again to move the climate negotiations forward, after having gathered in smaller groups […]

Hillary Clinton Arrives

At a press briefing today, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pledged that the United Stated will contribute its “fair share” of the $100 billion dollars needed for developing countries to deal with the negative effects of climate change IF the parties can come together on an agreement by the end of the COP.  This has […]

Negotiations Breakdown?

The morning started out with a flurry of activity. After some discussion about the logo and how certain parties felt it represented the end of Kyoto, the COP plenary commenced with the Tuvalu delegation proposing a contact group to review its protocol, which was proposed and tabled six months ago. As proposed, the Tuvalu protocol is a legally binding agreement meant to complement Kyoto through amendments, as well as the creation of a new protocol entitled the Copenhagen Protocol. In no uncertain terms, Tuvalu stated it was here to “seal the deal” and wanted nothing less than a legally binding document.

Media, Media Everywhere…

Today, CNBC pulled me aside asking for a few sound bites on the major issues at COP15 and the importance of technology in reaching a climate solution.  The amount of media here is incredible.  Reporters, recorders, cameras, lights, and microphones are truly everywhere, all competing for stories and shots.

More Than Just VLS traveled from Vermont to Copenhagen

Here is an article about Vermont Attorney Brian Dunkiel, who is representing the Pacific island nation of Palau.  Our own Jessica Scott is quoted at the bottom of the article! http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200991206025

Going Mobile in the Conference

So I’m experimenting with posting pics and videos on-the-fly.  If this continues to work, I’ll be bringing near-instant updates from relevant side events and happenings around the city. If you have something you’d like covered or want more detail on please leave it in the comments and we’ll try to accommodate! Check it out…

Dramatic November Leaves Hope for Significant U.S. Contribution at COP15

Reading a recent article highlighting Sen. James Inhofe’s now-international obstructionism on efforts to stem climate change, I was struck by how eventful and dramatic the last few months have been for folks who have been paying attention and are holding their breath for actual progress at the Copenhagen Conference of Parties.

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