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350 logos start appearing on walls in Copenhagen

Posted in ALL BLOG POSTS, nature & environment by adamwelz on December 9, 2009

This is one of many 350.org logos that have started appearing on walls around downtown Copenhagen. As far as I know they are not the work of any 350.org employees — support for the cause has been rising rapidly and 350 is being taken on by many people here at the climate talks as a rallying cry.

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  1. Caroline Mary Nute said, on December 9, 2009 at 5:30 pm

    Africa has for so long borne the brunt of degradation of planet earth (and more especially since the effects of global warming have been becoming increasingly apparent over the last 20 years). I wonder how many Australians realise that vast areas of their continent which are currently working farmed areas and populated inland zones will experience some of the same problems that Africa will be facing? – a 2c temperature increase ito the planet will mean regular exteme temperatures in many parts of Australia , severely compromising its ability to grow food for its population (a population incidently, soon to be swelled by refugees from drowned surrounding island states – not to mention economic refugees from other poor developing nations struggling to deal with the effects of climate change.
    These are the facts. Africa is a large but poor nation state but it knows what it is talking about, whereas in Australia – a large continent with a small population – there is a ‘she’ll be right’ attitude indicating to me that many are still in a state of denial!


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