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G20 Governments Give Oil Companies $100 Billion a Year in Subsidies

On Sunday, the final day of the G20 Summit, the world's leaders could either have followed through on the commitments made at the Pittsburgh summit and phase out fossil fuel subsidies or, as leaked reports suggested, take a step back and water…
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by: Ron Johnson – June 29, 2010

Surprise, Surprise, G8 Fails to Take on Climate Change

Although climate change got four paragraphs in the G8 Muskoka Declaration--a document dubbed Recovery and New Beginnings coming out of the G8 Summit--it amounts to little more than a rehashing of earlier meetings, providing little new material and failing to deliver the momentum…
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by: Ron Johnson – June 26, 2010

Naomi Klein at G20: Use Robin Hood Tax to Pay Climate Debts

A call for a global movement ahead of COP16 (the UN Climate Conference being held in Cancun, Mexico, later this year) was launched at Massey Hall in Toronto last night as part of the Shout Out for Global Justice event held just…
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by: Ron Johnson – June 26, 2010

G20 Protestors Urge Canada: Don’t Wait for US on Climate Change

On the morning of June 25, a coalition of environmental groups issued a call to action at the G8/G20 summit in Toronto. Organized by Climate Action Network Canada, the press conference at the Summit’s alternative media centre highlighted a survey completed just…
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by: Ron Johnson – June 25, 2010

At G20, Europeans Are Last Hope of Getting Climate Change on Global Agenda

The G8 and G20 Summits in Muskoka and Toronto could be a battle between a European contingent looking for solid commitments on climate change issues, and those hoping to water down the already minimal commitments. Unfortunately, with activists and progressive politicians having…
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by: Ron Johnson – June 24, 2010

G20 Protests Focus on Canada’s Mining and Tar Sand Industries

It is 3:30 EST in Toronto and the aggressive, anti-establishment sounds of hip hop groups Testament and Illogic are entertaining protesters gathered in front of the University Courthouse, the last stop in a three-hour march through the city’s downtown core and financial…
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by: Ron Johnson – June 23, 2010

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