The UN Climate Change Conference is underway in Copenhagen. At the opening sessions on December 7th, the Danish Prime Minister announced that "for the next two weeks, Copenhagen will be Hopenhagen." This message of optimism and hope has been reported by media around the world as global citizens look to the talks to yield a positive outcome for our planet.
As we now enter critical days in the conference, here are some good ways to stay up to date on what is happening on the ground.
With editorial partner TakePart, the Hopenhagen Blog is covering news and events at the conference from various points of view. Our guest blog entries just this week have included Al Gore and Bill McKibben.
Starting today, we are launching a series within our blog from David Kroodsma, our Hopenhagen Ambassador. David was chosen for this job by the Hopenhagen community, and we could not be more proud to be sending him to Copenhagen to represent us and report back.
The Hopenhagen Facebook group and Twitter feeds are very active with posts from our team on the ground and discussions amongst fans.
And if you're in Copenhagen this week, visit HopenhagenLIVE for a list of events, including Earth Hour Hopenhagen on December 16th. Come to the Messages of Hope Pavilion in City Hall Square to share your video message of hope.
Check back often to the Hopenhagen Blog for the latest updates, and if you haven't already, join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Let's turn Copenhagen into Hopenhagen!
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