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Video: Behind the Scenes with Greenpeace in Copenhagen

Video: Behind the Scenes with Greenpeace in Copenhagen

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December 12 marked a global day of action where tens of thousands of activists raised their voices to the ears of negotiators who are in the midst of climate talks. Circle of Blue goes behind the scenes of Greenpeace's preparations for the massive rally that claimed the streets of Copenhagen Saturday.

Big Copenhagen Demonstration – Noisy, Colorful, Insistent – Pushes For Climate Action

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COPENHAGEN – Great social movements are about the intelligence and vision of individuals, and the compelling strength of crowds. Both have been in abundance throughout the first week of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, and especially today.

EPA Greenhouse Gas Ruling Could Lead To Stricter Emissions Standards

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EPA Chief says the agency has been fighting to make up for lost time on its climate change policies. A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ruling that greenhouse gases pose a public health threat has set the stage for new emission regulations while setting off a battle in Congress and howls of protest from industry groups.
Video: The World in a Giant Globe in Copenhagen

Video: The World in a Giant Globe in Copenhagen

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With a screen size over fifteen times bigger than the largest IMAX screens, the 20 meter media globe in Copenhagen City Hall square during COP15 is an impressive and effective way to broadcast climate related information.

U.S. Charm Offensive at Copenhagen Climate Conference: Will it Work?

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Our second installment of COP15 coverage reflects on the overdue, yet changing tide of American climate policy.

A Campaign of Deceit Underlies Stolen Email Messages

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Circle of Blue's senior editor, Keith Schnieder, starts his Copenhagen coverage revealing the real value of the climate email controversy.

Climate Negotiations Must Consider Water and Energy Together, IWA Says

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Water policy and energy policy must be integrated, according to the International Water Association

Water Demand-Supply Gap Rising At Alarming Rate, Report Shows

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Global water demand will grow at an accelerated rate -- from 4,500 billion meters cubed to 6,900 billion cubed -- by 2030 increasing the water gap.

"Food Security and Climate Change Are Deeply Interconnected," UN Secretary-General Says

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Farmers are hurt by erratic water supplies and underinvestment, according to summit speakers. Leaders weigh in on global agricultural investment during opening remarks of the FAO summit in Rome.

Time Is Running Out To Slow Climate Change, Report Finds

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A new IEA study reveals the costly consequences of increasing current energy consumption patterns and calls for swifter policy action.

Environmental Change To Impact Health of Millions Via Threats To Food, Air and Water, Report Finds

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refugee-290New report paints the human race's picture as grim and unstable if more action isn't taken against climate change to protect the "building blocks" of large populations.

Keith Schneider: Climate Treaty Will Come After COP15

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It’s been 30 years since scientists first gained a clear understanding of the dangerous consequences of continuously adding more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. This week during the five days of negotiations in Barcelona the world learned again that the formula for solving global warming is a diplomatic chemistry problem that still defies a solution.