- Posted December 15, 2009 by
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Copenhagen climate change conference
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Indigenous Peoples at Copenhagen US Embassy: Procession, Prayer & Protests
Indigenous Environmental Network, with support from Indigenous Peoples Power Project (IP3) and friends deliver message to US ambassador in Copenhagen during COP 15 Climate Talks.
Copenhagen, Denmark Indigenous Peoples from across North America and their allies from around the world gathered at the US Embassy in Copenhagen today to deliver a message to President Obama as he traveled to Oslo to accept his Nobel Prize. The delegation of Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and First Nations Peoples is in Denmark this week for the historic COP 15 Climate Talks, and is calling for a climate deal that includes a moratorium on all new exploration of oil, gas, coal and uranium as a first step towards the full phase-out of fossil fuels and a just solution to the climate crisis.