June 3, 2010 Leave a comment
Six months have passed since COP15 – yet another summit that proved that the conventional wisdom of the present political and economical system is incapable of responding to the environmental and climate-related crises that this system has itself created. COP15 ended with the so-called Copenhagen Accord, a non-binding and unclear document with no real targets.
What COP15 also proved was that the climate justice movement is gaining strength, although not at a rate befitting the urgency and importance of its message. Millions should have demonstrated in Copenhagen and elsewhere for the message to be heard loud and clear by the politicians inside the Bella Center on the 12th of December, and although 100.000 marched in Copenhagen many stayed at home elsewhere. Read more of this post