Copenhagen: One World – Keep Us Safe! BPSDB
With 4 days to go and leaders arriving tomorrow, planet-saving negotiations are failing to deliver. Hopes now rest on a tidal wave of public pressure from ALL of us — as Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu said at our summit vigil, “We expect a Real Deal in Copenhagen!”
No-one can now ignore the need for all of us to act — every single name is actually being read out at the summit and we’ll deliver this message directly to leaders there — so let’s join together, sign below and spread the word — and together we can build an overwhelming mandate for change:
On Wednesday morning, a huge non-violent demonstration is planned that involves protesters marching into the Bella Center where talks are being held, and concerned delegates and NGO representatives — including Klein — are going to walk out. The goal? Shutting down the talks and establishing a people’s assembly. For Klein and other protesters, what’s on the table in negotiations is not nearly enough to really cut global emissions levels and to reduce further catastrophic climate change. Read the rest
Streets of Copenhagen
Regular reader Ratexla sends us some pictures of the streets of Copenhagen.
Don’t forget Thursday’s Hunger Strike
“Over the 20th century, ocean temperatures in the North Atlantic main development region warmed during peak hurricane season, with the most pronounced warming occurring over the last four decades.” Earth Gauge
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