Video: At COP15 Journalists and NGO’s Shut Out for Overcapacity at Bella Center

December 10, 2009
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Video: At COP15 Journalists and NGO’s Shut Out for Overcapacity at Bella Center

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Over 15,000 journalists applied for only 5,000 media accreditation spots at COP15. When I got to the Bella Center this afternoon I was informed that while my paperwork “looks fine” I am not going to get the press accreditation to…

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Video: Evan Kopelson Reporting Live From Amsterdam on the way to Copenhagen

December 10, 2009
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Video: Evan Kopelson Reporting Live From Amsterdam on the way to Copenhagen

I’m almost to Copenhagen, just 2 hours here in the Amsterdam International Airport before my connecting flight. Here’s a short video I just shot courtesy of QuikPod, the handheld monopod I’m using to shoot video of myself. QuikPod lets you hold the camera at a distance and capture more background images. It’s light and really…

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Evan Kopelson flies to Copenhagen Today for COP15

December 9, 2009
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Evan Kopelson flies to Copenhagen Today for COP15

Stay tuned to Green Media News for updates from Evan Kopelson in Copenhagen. Thanks to the generous support of friends, angels and advisors, Evan decided to take a major leap of faith and spend his cash reserves to fly to Copenhagen and get to the bottom of what’s happening in the climate change talks and…

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Click Here to Support Evan Kopelson’s Efforts in Copenhagen

December 3, 2009
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Click Here to Support Evan Kopelson’s Efforts in Copenhagen

Did you know that according to an article in Environmental Leader published last week only 51% of Americans today believe in global warming? That means that 49 people out of every 100 Americans do NOT believe in global warming! This is pathetic and alarming. Evan Kopelson has purchased his ticket to Copenhagen and WILL be…

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COP15

December 2, 2009
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COP15

The UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen starts this Monday December 7 and runs through December 18th. SmartPlanet who publishes my journal “The Sustainability Journey” is going to publish my coverage from COP15 but I need to raise my own budget. Smart Planet is giving me the press credentials I need to gain entry to COP15.…

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Evan Kopelson gets published on Smart Planet. Micro-donations can get him to Copenhagen

December 1, 2009
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Evan Kopelson gets published on Smart Planet. Micro-donations can get him to Copenhagen

I really did it. I gave up my luxury lifestyle and took the plunge into sustainable living. I now live in a yoga pod in a communal environment. I plan to write about it more here but in the meantime you can read about it on Smart Planet now, it’s called “The Sustainability Journey.” Now…

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7 Days to Go: Evan Kopelson’s Quest

October 25, 2009
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I shot this video yesterday when there were 7 days to go… now it’s just 6 days until my quest to make a difference kicks into high gear. On 10/31/09, I’ll be moving out of my 3 bedroom apartment on the beach and into a space which represents a total 180 change from my current…

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Kyoto vs. Copenhagen – Tony Blair at GGCS2 on The Critical Difference

October 14, 2009
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At GGCS2 the Governors’ Global Climate Summit earlier this month in Los Angeles, Tony Blair discussed the major difference between the UN Climate Conferences in Kyoto and the upcoming COP15 conference in Copenhagen. The former prime minister of Great Britain told Ann Thompson of NBC News during a lunch panel discussion which also featured Governor…

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Tony Blair at GGCS2 on How to Spur Innovation

October 14, 2009
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Earlier this month in Los Angeles, former Prime Minister of Great Britain Tony Blair joined Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of California and Dr. Rajendra Pachauri of India, the Nobel Prize-winning Chairman of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) for a lunch discussion at GGCS2 the Governors’ Global Climate Summit 2: On the Road to Copenhagen.…

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IPCC’s Head Dr. Pachauri warns at least 12 countries may become failed States due to climate change

October 5, 2009
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Ann Thompson asked the big question at GGCS2 (the 2nd annual Governors’ Global Climate Summit: On the Road to Copenhagen) in Los Angeles on Friday, to the head of the IPCC, in front of a packed house of governors, NGOs, and delegates from around the world: “How long do we have to fix things before…

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Governor Schwarzenegger of CA at GGCS2 credits Tony Blair for Climate Change inspiration, nods to Saturday Night Fever for changing the world… Really.

October 5, 2009
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Joining moderator Ann Thompson from NBC in an exclusive lunch discussion Friday with former Prime Minister of Great Britain Tony Blair and the Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of California gave props to Blair for inspiring Schwarzenegger and California legislators to pass Assembly Bill 32…

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Green Media News: Rob Lowe Introduces Governors Panel on Climate Change

October 5, 2009
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Actor and father Rob Lowe introduced a panel of experts at GGCS2 on Friday, the 2nd Annual Governors Global Climate Summit which convened in Los Angeles. The panel included Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of California, former Prime Minister of Great Britain Tony Blair, the Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Dr. Rajendra Pachauri of…

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Thomas Friedman at GGCS2 on how America has lost its groove… and how to get it back

October 5, 2009
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Thomas Friedman at GGCS2 on how America has lost its groove… and how to get it back

At the 2nd annual Governors Global Climate Summit last week, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Thomas Friedman spoke to summit delegates during the Governor’s Lunch Panel on Friday about his book Hot, Flat, and Crowded 2.0: Why We Need a Green Revolution–and How It Can Renew America and what’s been driving his work. Friedman talks about what…

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Green Media News: Google Earth Climate Launches as Governors’ Global Climate Summit Kicks off in Los Angeles

September 30, 2009
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In advance of the United Nations Climate Change Convention a/k/a COP15, set to take place December 7-18, 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark, Google Earth released Google Earth Climate to help predict climate change and help visualize both damage and restoration models. In the above video, former Vice President and Nobel Prize winner Al Gore takes us…

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Evan Kopelson’s Quest to Make a Difference

September 9, 2009
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I’m on a quest to make a difference while there’s still time. The Climate Change tipping point is upon us. I’m selling all my worldly possessions and giving up my home of over 12 years to finance this quest. I need press credentials to get accredited to cover the United Nations Conference on Climate Change…

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