Protest - Revolt

11/12/15
Author: 
Andy Rowell
demo outside Total

As the COP21 climate negotiations go down to the wire in Paris tonight, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said the talks have been the most complicated and difficult he has ever been involved in.

As the diplomats and politicians from 200 nations fight over the text word by word and line by line, it is increasingly clear there are serious flaws to any agreement.

11/12/15
Author: 
Laura Cameron, Sam Quigley - richochet media
Photo: Emma Cassidy, Survival Media Agency

On Sunday, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna announced that Canada would support over 50 small island states and vulnerable nations calling for a new limit of 1.5C of warming to be enshrined in the Paris climate agreement.

11/12/15
Author: 
Laura Cameron, Sam Quigley
Photo: Emma Cassidy, Survival Media Agency

If the Liberals are serious about their “ambitious” climate goals, Energy East is dead.

On Sunday, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna announced that Canada would support over 50 small island states and vulnerable nations calling for a new limit of 1.5C of warming to be enshrined in the Paris climate agreement.

11/12/15
Thin Red Line YVR happening tomorrow - please come and hold the line with us!! Vancouver Art Gallery 11:30 Saturday Dec 12 Saturday
In solidarity with Paris and all Earth Protectors! heart emoticon
https://www.facebook.com/ajplusenglish/videos/652412381566939/
11/12/15
Author: 
350.org
Red Line
https://www.facebook.com/350.org/videos/10153757020262708/
The line has been drawn.......we MUST hold THAT line!!!
Vancouver Art Gallery Sat Dec 12 - 11:30 am
Please come out and hold THE LINE with us as we stand in solidarity with over 400 cities having actions!!
11/12/15
Author: 
Canadian Youth Delegation

Highlights from Thursday, December 10 - COP21 in Paris

• New Text Released!
• Atiya f*%king lays it down in the Canadian Stakeholder Meeting
• Loss & Damage Media Availability
• “Canada Is Back!” … winning Fossil Awards


New Text = Same as the Old Text, Except Weaker

11/12/15
Author: 
Mychaylo Prystupa
Fossil of the Day award was handed Thursday in Paris to a group of countries including Canada for not having more ambition towards 2020 targets. Photo by Mychaylo Prystupa.

Despite the Trudeau government shedding much of its tarnished reputation as a global climate negotiations laggard, Canada won its second "Fossil of the Day Award" at the COP21 Paris climate talks.

11/12/15
Author: 
Global Climate March
D12 map of Paris
   
10/12/15
Author: 
Canadian Youth Delegation

Highlights from Wednesday, December 9 - COP21 in Paris:

• There’s a new draft for the agreement!
• Now that Canada has committed to 1.5C, we celebrate the retirement of fossil fuels!
• Canada is back... on the Fossil of the Day stage
• Have you signed our petition yet? 

 

10/12/15
Author: 
First Nations Leaders

For immediate release                                                                                       December 10, 2015

First Nation leaders urge Trudeau government to keep campaign promises, stop proposed Site C dam, and usher in new era of cooperation

OTTAWA - First Nation chiefs from British Columbia and representatives from the Assembly of First Nations are calling on the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take a second look at a Cabinet decision of the former federal government providing initial approval of the controversial Site C dam.

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