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Update from Copenhagen: “things can turn around”

By Damian Kahya  

The leaders have started to arrive—though not all could physically get in to the conference. As the ministers came, the representatives of NGOs were evicted, and the conference centre was surrounded in a haphazard wall of concrete, makeshift fencing and riot police. Some NGO representatives prepared to barricade themselves in while others marched out, heading towards the demonstration gathering at the conference gates.

The crowd waiting to get into the centre included the Italian environment…

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