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Follow along with 3p as we track the news and developments leading up to, and during, the COP15 Climate Conference taking place in Copenhagen in December 2009.

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Reflections on Copenhagen: The Economics of Green

By Dennis Salazar Copenhagen – A Microcosm of the Green Movement Last year’s disappointing climate summit in Copenhagen demonstrated if not proved two…

KPMG: Looking back at Copenhagen

A quick post today: KPMG has been no stranger to climate change issues and has offered some interesting commentary in the past, particularly…
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The Copenhagen Accord – Final Thoughts on COP15

Get the full text of the Copenhagen Accord (pdf – advance unedited version). This will be my last post under the banner “The…

The Copenhagen Communique: An Entrepreneur’s Perspective

What does the Copenhagen Communique mean to an entrepreneur? Am I being too blunt to suggest the answer is “nothing?” Entrepreneurs are focused…

Thomas Friedman Talks COP15, Mother Nature, and Father Greed

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Grist, and is re-posted with permission. By Amanda Little, Grist’s former Muckraker columnist Hours before…

For Wisconsin’s Doyle, It’s All About Green Jobs

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Grist, and is re-posted with permission. By Amanda Little, Grist’s former Muckraker columnist When you…
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Opinion: Slavery, Carbon, Economics and the Ties that Bind Us

By Lee Barken, IT practice leader at Haskell & White, LLP With the gathering of more than 130 world leaders in Copenhagen this…
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COP15 & Schwarzenegger: “We Are The Climanators”

By Eban Goodstein, Director of The Bard Center for Environmental Policy Copenhagen, at an extraordinary confluence in human history. Amidst grey skies, wet…

Big Business’ Climate Conundrum: Lead, Follow, Or Obstruct

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Grist, and is re-posted with permission. By Jonathan Hiskes, Grist Staff Writer COPENHAGEN—The most popular…

Silicon Valley to Copenhagen: It’s OK to Fail, If You Do It Right

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Grist, and is re-posted with permission. By Jonathan Hiskes, Grist Staff Writer COPENHAGEN—At the “To…

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to COP15 Climate Talks

By Lee Barken, IT practice leader at Haskell & White, LLP Wish you were here? Allow me to draw a picture. We’re now…
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Irish Bookmaker Taking Odds on CO2 Output, Disappearing Polar Bears

An Irish bookie is taking bets on just how much CO2 the planet will belch out next year, and let’s just say the…

Schwarzenegger at COP15: Business, Innovators, Entrepreneurs the “Real Solution”

This afternoon (Copenhagen time), California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger praised the efforts of the scientist, entrepreneur, capitalist, innovator, and activist as the fundamental source of…

Obama at COP15: The Grand Deal and the Second Track

By Eban Goodstein, Director of The Bard Center for Environmental Policy – join Dir Goodstein on The National Climate Seminar call where he…

Employees* Rage Against the Coke Machine in Copenhagen

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Grist, and is re-posted with permission. COPENHAGEN—Two Cola-Cola* employees urged people in Copenhagen to never…