Gallery: Inhabitat’s Green Guide to COP15



Next week marks a crucial moment in history as the United Nations COP15 Climate Change Conference kicks off in Copenhagen! This monumental event will convene 20,000 official delegates from 192 countries who are banding together to acknowledge and solve the earth-threatening environmental issues we’ve been facing. The conference marks a milestone in climate change history, so if you’re not familiar with all the issues being discussed and the global changes we need to make to ensure a sustainable future, read on for our green guide to COP15!

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  1. manny December 5, 2009 at 8:13 pm

    With Americas not so impressive record on prevention on Climate Change. The world eagarly awaits President Obamas change in US strategy

  2. GGTD December 3, 2009 at 5:11 pm

    Let’s hope that the big states like China, US, India, Brazil want to play ball this time around.

  3. Hartmut.Rast December 3, 2009 at 4:22 pm

    I really do appreciate your committments but meanwhile this whole Copenhagen thing has become a joke after Nobel Peace prize laureate President Obama has obviously changed his visions on a better future with pulling back on his greenhouse gas emmissions targets as we all have learned during his visit in China. It’s ridiculous to set targets by 2050 if everyone can see on his own observations that the climate has changed. Instead of acting now, politicians are delivering further lip-service and celebrating themselves. We’d save the money to hold such a huge conference like in Copenhagen and should donate the money to buy food and helping suffering and starving children in Afrika. They have to pay the prize for insufficient measures by the Western communities.

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