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COP 17: Canada is the bad guy at climate change talks Canada’s plans to quit the Kyoto Protocol make it a pariah at Durban conference. Erin Conway-Smith December 7, 2011 06:21 DURBAN, South Africa — In the Arctic, being able to forecast the weather from signs in nature is a traditional skill of Inuit elders — and a matter of life or death. “My grandpa is always...
by Isuma Productions Sheila Watt‐Cloutier, an Inuk climate change advocate and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, will be giving a public lecture at Mount Allison University on the human dimensions of climate change. ..Entitled “Not the Time to COP Out”, the lecture will mark the second day of the international UN COP‐17 climate change negotiations in ...
Konek images in Yahoo! News- World Events →
Fossil awards handed to COP17 climate backsliders →
Jordan Konek accepting Canada’s ‘Fossil of the Year Award’ in South Africa’s Daily News
Nunavut youth take an eye-opening trip to a... →
SPECIAL TO NUNATSIAQ NEWS FRANK TESTER PHELISANONG, South Africa — A world of difference lies between a global climate change conference in a modern coastal South African city and life in an impoverished, rural state. That’s what Jordan Konek and Curtis Kuunaq of the Nanisiniq Arviat history project say since travelling to the state of Lesotho after the United Nations climate change conference...
Information about our visit to Lesotho →
Phelisanong is an indigenous grassroots initiative founded by HIV/AIDS positive and disabled community members to meet the needs of this small mountain community.
Blessings from Mother Africa
By Jordan Konek http://jordan-konek.tumblr.com/ It’s going to be a once in a life time experience and something that’s going to be a memorable event for me, because the Africans were very welcoming to us. Two nights ago we visited a community called Lesotho and I was afraid to go there because I didn’t want to live in a place without electricity and proper washroom service. But I learned that...
Globe and Mail- Konek receives Fossil of the Year →
Ottawa Citizen: Konek receives Fossil of the Year... →
Dec.8, 2011- Jordan Konek and Curtis Konek interviewed at the Climate Change Studio by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Durban South Africa. The Koneks came to Durban to talk about the effects of climate change being felt in their community.
Nunatsiaq News- Nunavut youth accepts Canada’s... →
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Photo: Kunnaq and Konek meet the press in Durban →
Six Youth - One Government - Six Kicked out →
jordan-konek: I would like to share what I think is important and should be known. These are young people from Canada who want to see change, who are not stopping just because their Government are stopping. These are the kinds of people that should run our country, Canada, who has put a lot of shame on most of the Canadians. I am proud to share this website because these are people that did a...
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It's an Important Meeting
by Jordan Konek December 7, 2011-Durban South Africa Durban, South Africa, a place where so many people all over the world are having a meeting to talk about climate change. This afternoon I was sitting at the conference with Evva ( from YorkU) where each country was talking about Kyoto Protocol. I was amazed how people from all over the world just decided that they would meet for the 17th time...
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