Most vulnerable, the Pacific Islands

‘We will not die quietly’ is the main voice of the most vulnerable islands (Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) in the Pacific Ocean. The demonstration of this voice has been clearly shown by Tuvalu’s high commitment in the negotiations and their means of trying to get the president of the conference (Connie Hedegaard) to read their proposal targets. The very emotional speech by Tuvalu this morning left everyone in the audience deeply touched where he stated that this is survival and they cannot… Read moreMost vulnerable, the Pacific Islands

The protest march

Global Day of Climate Action At 1pm today at Parliament Square (Christiansborg Slotsplads) speakers Ms. Helena Christensen, Ms. Angélique Kidjo, Mr. Thure Lindhardt, Mr. Rahul Bose and Mr. Kumi Naidoo spoke to a large, enthusiastic and mixed crowd before leading the protesters in a 6 kilometre march to the Bella Center. Below are a few photos I took as the protesters marched – peacefully I might add – through Christianshaven in the earlier part of the march. Reports have since… Read moreThe protest march

Morning headlines

11/12/2009 Africa downplays chances of a deal: African Union climate negotiator Meles Zenawi says the main obstacle for a climate deal is whether or not rich countries can come up with sufficient funding for developing countries.http://en.cop15.dk/news/view+news?newsid=2945