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Obama moves date of Copenhagen trip by Chuck Baclagon
December 5, 2009, 6:18 am
Filed under: Stop climate change | Tags: , , ,

President Obama has announced that he will now come to Copenhagen on December 18th, the same day as other heads of state. This is most certainly welcome news. All the elements are now in place for world leaders to move forward and agree a legally binding treaty in Copenhagen to stop climate chaos.

Now that Obama has moved the date of his trip, however, he needs to move the US’s emissions targets and financial commitments to be in line with what climate science demands so that this doesn’t become reality:

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a lot of people are complaining about the visual quality of the Greenpeace’s ads, but the fact that they are getting so much feedback is an indication that these ads are succeeding at least on some level

Comment by Wes Hammond

Wesley – there you are darling.

EXPOSE WES HAMMOND! Everywhere I see this set of adverts you are there with the EXACT same comments word for word. Why are you trying to slur this campaign? Old grudge? Nothing better to do? I’m going to follow you and do the same – copy and paste copy and paste copy and paste copy and paste all over the internet wherever I find you…

“a lot of people are complaining about the visual quality of the Greenpeace’s ads, but the fact that they are getting so much feedback is an indication that these ads are succeeding at least on some level”

Wesley sure does have a beef with these ads. Wes we’re you employed to do this?

Comment by Wes Hammond's Mum




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