There is a lot going down at the Bella Center during the Copenhagen climate talks, and one of the best ways to keep abreast of the action is through video. Here are three of my favorite sources of video from COP15:
The Uptake is filming live video from the inside of the meeting rooms and streaming it on their homepage along with a live twitter feed. In addition, they are shooting interviews and documenting some of the most interesting actions taking place at the talks and posting them on the their YouTube channel. Check out the Kyoto action from today:
I'm not quite sure how they are doing it, but Climate-Change is managing to track down and interview some of the top negotiators at the talks. This is a great way to learn more about the inner workings of COP15. You have to visit their website to check out the vids.
The British journal has a great environmental video page, and they are now featuring videos from the climate talks including heads of state in both the developed and the developing world and featurettes with environment editor John Vidal:
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