Climate Talks

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Environmental ministers and representatives met in Copenhagen in December 2009 to finalize an agreement on reductions in greenhouse gas emissions for industrialized countries and to agree on a plan of climate action and financial assistance for developing nations, such as India and China. The Copenhagen talks were expected to produce a replacement for the Kyoto Protocol, although they failed to do so. That goal has since been shifted to a Paris summit in late 2015.

Where do we go from here?

It's time to move past George W. Bush

Are you ready for some climate negotiations?

Andy Samberg moderates climate insanity

Geoengineering with space particles, artificial volcanoes and Special K

Planet 100's 100th episode!

Fighting climate change is a business model

Boating through a wind farm

11th Hour: How one film saved an ancient forest

Highlights from Copenhagen

Monbiot takes on the climate denial industry

Banksy's new eco-themed mural

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