This video is called From Kyoto to Copenhagen, it’s time for climate justice.
An international group of leading climate scientists has updated the 2007 IPCC report based on the substantial body of scientific research published over the past three years. Their conclusions not only confirm the trends reported in 2007, but in a number of key areas exceed previous expectations: here.
BirdLife is the world’s largest network of conservation organisations, and BirdLife Partners from 19 countries are currently in Copenhagen working to ensure that a new deal is agreed that will tackle the global threats posed by climate change to people and nature: here.
Ahead of Copenhagen Talks, Tens of Thousands Protest Across Europe Calling for Climate Justice: here.
John Rennie’s 7 Answers to Climate Contrarian Nonsense: here.
Top Ten Questions about Climate Change on the Eve of Copenhagen: here.
We turn now to one of Nigeria’s best-known environmental leaders, Nnimmo Bassey. He is the founder of Environmental Rights Action in Nigeria, and he serves as the international chair of Friends of the Earth. He has campaigned against Shell Oil’s presence in the Niger Delta for nearly two decades. Last night he spoke at the opening of Klimaforum09. His forthcoming book is titled To Cook a Continent: Destructive Extraction and the Climate Crisis in Africa: here.
The theft and publication of emails from the Climate Research Unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia in England, containing communications between top scientists, has been used to boost the reactionary campaign backed by major oil producers and corporate lobbyists to deny the existence of global warming: here.
Danish police raid Copenhagen climate campaigners’ rooms: here.