COP20

Jon Queally, staff writer
Ahead of UN climate talks in Paris later this year, the global climate justice movement is making its demands perfectly clear. The people are leading, say signatories to a bold statement, and governments must now follow.
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
 "Given the fossil fuel industry’s years of interference intended to block progress, push false solutions, and continue the disastrous status quo, the time has come to stop treating big polluters as legitimate 'stakeholders' and to remove them from climate policymaking," states petition. (Image courtesy of Corporate Accountability International)
Groups deliver petition to 'kick big polluters out of climate policy'
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
As the White House unveils blueprint for emission reductions ahead of UN...

Further

Along with a host of alternative actions at the U.N. climate talks in Peru - the People's March in Defense of Mother Earth, the Ecocity Builders' presentation for their first Ecocity World Map project, the controversial Greenpeace stunt at the site of a Nazca geoglyph - is a stunning International Exhibition of Graphic Humor dedicated to the theme of climate change. Because, often, a picture's worth...