COP15 Wrap-Up: Copenhagen That Was – And Is

Desmond Tutu, Prince Charles, Bill McKibben, the Moderator of the United Church of Canada, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Angela Merkle, Chris Keene (propelling his own wheelchair from Norwich, U.K.) and 45,000 others all went to Copenhagen in December ’09.  In the Bella Centre, delegations from all the nations of the world attempted to negotiate a …

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The International Day of Climate Action: Oct 24, 2009

From www.350.org: On 24 October, people in 181 countries came together for the most widespread day of environmental action in the planet’s history. At over 5200 events around the world, people gathered to call for action on the climate crisis. Over 22,000 photos have been submitted so far!  See them all on Flickr. To make …

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Important Announcement: October 2009

On Saturday, October 24 from 2pm-4pm, ForOurGrandchildren will be convening at Queen’s Park in Toronto, Ontario to add our voice to the International Day of Climate Action. We are calling for the support and attendance of all grandparents, parents, and everybody else who wishes to join the movement to stop the climate crisis.  Please come …

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Question of the Month: May 2009

Every month, a new question relating to climate change will be posted in this space.  We encourage visitors and members of this site to weigh in and post comments with your position, with the intention of cultivating an engaging debate of the issue. This month’s question is: Why is it that in the last couple …

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