Mini-Post: 15 Links From the Week of December 7th

I’ve decided to try something new today. With all of the fervor around COP21, stories about the meeting and climate change have been everywhere. Of course, I share links regularly on my social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook), but I thought I’d gather some of the stories that I have found over the week for you to enjoy here. Have a great weekend!

Disputes at Paris climate talks push conference into weekend

Climate Negotiators Face Hurdles on Key Issues as Deadline Looms

Activists to defy protest ban with giant civil disobedience at end of Paris climate talks

The six key road blocks at the UN climate talks in Paris

As U.S. and Europe Pass the Hat at Climate Talks, China Clings to Developing-Nation Status

COP21: International Rights of Nature Tribunal Finds Corporations, Governments Guilty of Crimes Against Nature

Much Of The World Perplexed That Climate Debate Continues In U.S.

India To U.S.: Cut Back On Your Consumption!

Climate coalition breaks cover in Paris to push for binding and ambitious deal

Opening the Canadian Arctic: Inuit Worry About Waning Sea Ice and Rising Ship Traffic in the Northwest Passage

UN head warns at Paris talks of ‘climate catastrophe’

Paris climate talks: biggest polluters back tougher warming target

Five Reasons to Smile About Paris Climate Talks

At climate talks, African nations pledge to restore forests

Uruguay makes dramatic shift to nearly 95% electricity from clean energy

About climatechangefork

Micha Tomkiewicz, Ph.D., is a professor of physics in the Department of Physics, Brooklyn College, the City University of New York. He is also a professor of physics and chemistry in the School for Graduate Studies of the City University of New York. In addition, he is the founding-director of the Environmental Studies Program at Brooklyn College as well as director of the Electrochemistry Institute at that same institution.
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