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Democracy Now! has long covered the issue of climate change. We reported from the U.N. Climate Change Conferences in Paris, Lima, Warsaw, Doha, Durban, Cancún, and Copenhagen, and from Bolivia’s World Peoples’ Summit on Climate Change. We’ve interviewed many of the world’s top scientists, writers, policy makers, activists, indigenous leaders and academics on the issue. We continue to follow the climate movements.

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