Schwarzenegger, HRH Prince of Wales, etc.
COP15 - Watch highlights from day 9 of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15) - recorded on December 15, 2009
Clean Skies - Copenhagen Welcomes More World Leaders. Updates from day 9 of U.N. climate talks, where U.S. Special Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern talks emissions taxes, European Union Commissioner Stavros Dimas expresses dislike for the Kyoto Protocol, and an appearance is made by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
David Gillette observes the start of the high-level negotiations at COP15 - in illustrated essay format.
France24 - With government ministers taking part in the discussions, there was a change in pace at the Copenhagen summit Tuesday. But will it be enough for refugees of climate change?
Circle of Blue - Copenhagen: Taking the risk to define a zero carbon, clean energy future. Copenhagen, host of the UN Climate Change Conference, claims to be one of the world's greenest cities. It has extensive public transportation, a strong bicycle culture and plans to be carbon neutral by 2025 with progressive blueprints to reduce carbon emissions 20 percent by 2015 compared to 2005. Klaus Bondam, mayor of technology and sustainability for the city of Copenhagen, explains the city's ethos, commitment to sustainability and its rapid plans to move from coal to wind energy.
UN Foundation turned 52 of the Climate Board's most compelling stories into an It’s Getting Personal deck of playing cards. The card decks were delivered to every country negotiator, all United Nations and government officials, and hundreds of reporters at the Copenhagen climate conference.
Comedian Eugene Mirman, Grist Special Correspondent in Copenhagen, goes to the Bella Center, the epicenter of the U.N. Climate Conference. He unofficially represents the U.S. in this official U.N. conference center. And because he's Eugene, makes friends doing it.