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[27 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]
Climate change: from Copenhagen to Mexico

The world has moved on since the failures of the Copenhagen climate change conference in December 2009. But have we moved far enough to reach a decision in Mexico next month? Ben O’Halloran reports.

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[21 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
Copenhagen, Hopenhagen, Brokenhagen

The outcome of the COP15 has left much of the world in disappointment, Reportage enviro Danish Correspondent Jeppe Funder reports from Copenhagen.

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[21 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
Gordon Brown clings to ‘Hopenhagen’

Contrary to the views of green groups around the world, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says that the Copenhagen agreement was a vital step in combating climate change. Elizabeth Pearson reports from London.

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[20 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
Second flood

The Copenhagen Climate Conference was significant for all, but none as much as the Pacific Islands, whose people will lose their homes, culture and livelihoods in the near future. May Slater reports.

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[17 Dec 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
NGOs denied access to COP15

The COP15 negotiations are entering their final stages, but space is limited so NGO’s are being forced out as heads of states arrive in big numbers. Jeppe Funder & Rune Langhoff report.

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[15 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
Mass arrests by Danish police criticised

Danish police are maximising their use of the new protest package of laws, arresting over 1000 COP15 protesters in the past week, writes Jeppe Funder.

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[11 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
The climate of COP15

Attention must be claimed inside the busy COP15 venue, as Reportage enviro Danish Correspondent, Jeppe Funder, discovers.

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[9 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
‘Danish text’ threatens COP15 negotiations

NGOs and developing nations are in an uproar after a Danish draft agreement showing preference to wealthy countries and abandoning the Kyoto protocol was leaked. Reportage enviro’s Danish Correspondent, Jeppe Funder, reports from COP15.

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[7 Dec 2009 | 3 Comments | ]
Harsh protest laws passed for COP15

The Danish Government has passed controversial new laws to detain violent protesters in the lead up to COP15.
Jeppe Funder reports from the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen.

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[13 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]
Cash dries out for Land and Water Australia

The closure of Australia’s key rural development agency casts doubt over the future of agricultural research, writes Emily Ackew