Worldwide Views on Global Warming Encourage Action at Copenhagen


World Wide Views on Global Warming – September 2009

Across 38 countries citizens 76 percent of the participants think big, developing economies should reduce their emissions. Results are remarkably alike independently of the country’s level of socio-economic development. From Bangladesh to Belgium and Brazil, a clear 90 percent of citizens say it’s urgent to make a global climate deal at the UN conference in Copenhagen this December. This is the main result of an exercise carried out in 38 countries with very different levels of socio-economic development.

A study conducted by The Danish Board of Technology. More at results.wwviews.org

Posted via web from Andy Sternberg’s posterous

On the Ground: Video From G20 Pittsburgh Protests 9/24/09

Over the past few days I’ve come across a wide variety of video documenting the run up to the G20 meetings in PIttsburgh as well as events, coverage, and commentary from the meetings and surrounding areas. Any large scale meeting of the world’s most powerful leaders is grounds for protest at various levels. And when police are prepared in riot gear trouble often tends to break out. That’s just how it is and will always be.

Clinton Global Initiative 2009 Streaming Live and Climate Week!

Ban Ki-Moon Barack Obama UN Summit on Climate ChangeYou don’t have to be in New York City to be a part of the many meetings, seminars, and discussions taking place during Climate Week. The Clinton Global Initiative is focusing on climate change, sustainable energy, and other global issues this week in its Fifth Annual Meeting, which is webcasting live. You can even ask question for the daily Plenary sessions via Twitter. Watch CGI09 live below (click here for the schedule).

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