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Climate Trackers 400th Article: Break Tracking Record at COP21

By December 12, 2015 No Comments

Cop21 team

It’s been a record breaking year for us this year. We had the most diverse team ever, dominated by a group amazing young women from all around the world. We have pushed out the importance of Climate Change and #COP21 to audiences in Arabic, Bengali, French, Spanish, German, Greek and even in Catalan. We have been featured in CNN, Reuters, NBC, El Pais, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Fusion, OpenDemocracy, TriplePundit, The Ecologist, Good magazine, Univision, Diario el Tiempo, El Publico, Indian Express, Zett, Médiaterre and many more.

On top of all of this, today we have posted our 400th article here at COP21. We also published a series of videos and infographics that we hope have helped better explain everything that has happened at #Cop21 over the last 2 weeks. For a team of 16, that is quite a feat. We haven’t had a chance to analyse the impact of all of this, but I know it will be immense.

This project was created in 2009. Last year, we had an amazing team who created an unprecedented impact in Lima, highlighting the true impact of a group of “young people who write blogs” and “semi-stalk negotiators”. This year, we have built on that legacy.

While it is time to celebrate the negotiators and diplomats who made this deal possible, I would also love to celebrate the small impact this amazing team has had played it’s small role in pushing these negotiations forward.

If you haven’t had a chance to see some of their work, check it out here:

Alejandra Burgos in EspacioNatural

Ali Mohamed Ahmed in Huffington Post Arabic

Andreas Sieber in Taz.de

Anna Pérez Catala in Univision

Renee Karunungan in GMA News

Charlotte Flechet in Reporterre

Diego Arguedas Ortiz in Oximity

Dizzanne Billy in Caribbean News Service

Domoina Ratovozanany was on the front page of Madagascar Matin almost every day, but here is a great post in Mediaterre 

Fariya Abubukari in GhanaWeb

Jed Alegado in CNN Philippines

Our mentor and Team member Karl Matheisen in The Guardian

Maria Eugenia Rinaudo in Diario El Tiempo

Nithin Coca in TriplePundit

Pari Trivedi in IndianExpress

Pavlos Georgiadis in NBC News

Sohara Mehroze in Financial Times

Chris Wright

About Chris Wright

Co-founder and Director of Climate Tracker. We’ve inspired 8000+ journalists to report on Climate Change. Based in Borneo. Trail Running convert. Learning Python.

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