COP15 - The people's movement for climate justice| 18mins
Director: Dimitris Meletis | Producer: Dimitris Meletis
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: Greece
For most of the people, climate change is something about desperate voices from scientists, media propaganda and green opportunities for big corporations. But there is also a real dimension of the climate issue. In December 2009, Copenhagen was a meeting point for scientists, activists, artists, NGO's, journalists, and active citizens from all corners of the planet. The outcome of the whole interaction was at least a universal exchange of important information about global injustice and issues that should be solved immediately. The document that came out, the "People's Declaration" got into the "Bella Center", where the COP15 conference was held and had two minutes to be presented. One of the Forum's organizers said that "two minutes is better than nothing". Is this the best we can achieve?
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