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New Internationalist @ Copenhagen

Issue 428

The UN climate summit is taking place in Copenhagen from 7th to 18th December – and the New Internationalist is there.

We will be reporting from inside the conference centre and out on the streets, to bring you news, interviews, analysis and actions that you won’t find in the mass media. For some background to the climate talks, please see the current issue of the New Internationalist Magazine and Just or bust: Can the Copenhagen talks deliver Climate Justice? from our recent Climate Justice issue.

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Here are some other good sources of news, views, info and action during Copenhagen:

Climate Justice Now! Network of organizations and movements from across the globe committed to the fight for social, ecological and gender justice.

Climate Justice Action Huge coalition of activists, networks and organizations behind a range of protests during the summit

Climate Slamdown Marc Roberts and Marc Hudson, producers of the Climate Slamdown cartoon in the current issue of the New Internationalist, provide a daily guide to shenanigans in Copenhagen.

The Climate Chronicle The Climate Justice newspaper is produced every two days during the Copenhagen climate talks, reporting and decoding what is going on both inside and outside the climate negotiations. Find out what is really going on behind the media headlines.

Climate Radio Filing daily audio bulletins from inside the Bella Centre, from the street actions and parallel People’s Summit aka Klimaforum.

Indymedia Denmark The latest news from the streets of Copenhagen.

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