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Blog from Copenhagen: Part 4

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland @ Cop15
Sam Gardner
DAY FOUR by Dr Sam Gardner
It’s perhaps a sign of man's ability to adapt to new environments that having only been in the COP15 world for less than 24 hours I’m now striding about as if I’ve been hear for days. Rushing from one plenary meeting to a side event and onto a press conference, only pausing to top up my bottle of water (it’s thirsty work) or grab an apple from the guy selling them from his bike.

Catholics and Copenhagen

As climate negotiators hammer out an agreement in Copenhagen, what results are the Catholics hoping for?

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NBC reports on drought in Kenya

A couple days ago, we blogged about NBC Nightly News’ ongoing series on climate change’s impact on the developing world. Last night’s segment focused on the drought in Kenya. You can watch the clip below, and read Martin Fletcher’s in-depth report from northern Kenya here.

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Bob Geldof talks climate change in Ethiopia

Check out these great videos of Bob Geldof discussing the vast effects of climate change in Ethiopia. Bob recently returned to Ethiopia to 25 years after events like Live Aid that helped inspire millions of people around the world to take action in the fight extreme poverty.
Remember to keep checking the ONE Blog where we’ll be posting frequent updates from the climate summit in Copenhagen.

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The Future of our Planet

As Copenhagen’s Climate Conference continues, faith groups continue to lift up their voice. Here’s the latest from Joel Edwards, International Director of The Micah Challenge (and ONE partner), reminding us how important these climate talks are to the world’s poor.

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