Civil society groups, NGOs and activists watch in disbelief as the COP fails to agree on a strong deal.
The Eden project played host to the world’s first green car show. The giants from the motoring world were there with their new green technologies in the form of sleek racing cars and flash convertibles.
A worldwide alliance of tiger conservationists, scientists and celebrities have joined forces with the World Bank Group and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) to help save wild tigers.
Every evening the Fossil of the Day is awarded by the Climate action Network and Avaaz to the countries who are felt to be holding up negotiations. Inside COP15 joined the glittering awards ceremony.
Stunning timelapse film of the construction of 3 wind turbines at Bristol Port. The turbines will produce over 15 million units of new green electricity annually, enough to save around 13,000 tonnes of Carbon emissions every year for the next 30 years.
Delegate Dr. Washington Ochola is angry that some African countries have indicated they might accept less money from rich countries to fight climate change.
We put pollution in the air, throw away more rubbish and put the world at risk more than ever before. We spend less time having sex, more time worrying about it and not nearly enough time dancing and being rude.
WWF Head of Delegation Kim Carstensen reflects on a disappointing outcome.
COP 15 is the biggest event ever on Danish soil. Hopenhagen Live is the heart of the action for everybody in Downtown Copenhagen.