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Trackers publish 200+ Articles around the world

By December 7, 2015 No Comments

It’s been a big first week, and the Trackers have been feeding the media stories from behind the walls of COP21.

While the media was love-struck over stories about how many pages are in the latest agreement, the Trackers hit over 90 different media outlets around the world and over 200 articles.

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Here are some of the highlights over the weekend: 

Sohara Mehroze interviewing the Head of Energy at UNDP.

Diego Arguedes Ortiz writing a great piece on Saudi Arabia rejecting science in SciDev

Dizzanne Billy and Karl Mathieson have both covered the call for greater finance, especially for Africa

Renee KarununganAnna Catala and Nithin Coca all wrote a solid pieces on the fossil fuel sponsors of COP21

Fariya Abubakari, Ali Mohammad and Andreas Sieber on how the world is pushing for 1.5 degree targets

Charlotte Flechet on Belgium’s climate policy and how it interacts in COP21

Domoina Ratovozanany hitting the papers in Madagascar on Loss and Damage

Pavlos Geogiadis  hit 24 shares on Google plus (and 22k shares on Facebook).

Maria Eugenia Rinaudo has this great wrap up of week one (Spanish)

Pari Trivedi calls out tokenistic treatment of young people

Finally, Alejandra Burgos has reiterated the call for Indigenous rights

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