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World leaders apologise for climate failure in Copenhagen airport ads by Chuck Baclagon

We’re hoping these ads predict the wrong future — the one where world leaders look back with a “coulda, shoulda, woulda” attitude at a Copenhagen climate summit which failed. There’s still time to change the future. Our recipe for world leader regret-avoidance is simple: agree a fair, ambitious, and legally binding deal to save the climate.

Barack Obama (US)

Angela Merkel (Germany)

Nicolas Sarkozy (France)

Gordon Brown (UK)


Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (Brazil)

Donald Tusk (Poland)


Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero


Stephen Harper (Canada)


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[…] Greenpeace scrive: “Speriamo che questi manifesti predicano il futuro sbagliato, quello in cui i leader del mondo guardando al passato direbbero “avremmo potuto, dovuto, voluto””. Il messaggio che Greenpeace lancia con questa campagna è chiaro: al vertice di Copenhagen è necessario prendere decisioni concrete e immediate per evitare la catastrofe ambientale. […]

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[…] history of mankind was to begin to find a way forward to deal with catastrophic climate change. But I despaired when the first thing I noticed as I was leaving the airport were eye-catching billbo… I hoped that the leaders featured in the adverts, Lula of Brazil, Tusk of Poland , Brown of UK, […]

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