Oktober 28, 2009.
The Swedish Ministry of the Environment is giving economic support to the pulishing of the WWViews Policy Report.
See list of all sponsors here.
New Survey Finds Citizens in US and 37 Other Countries Demand More Aggressive Climate Change Action than Congress or Copenhagen
Oktober 16, 2009.Â
If you need some weekend reading/viewing, here is our fourth WWViews newsletter with among others citizen interviews and photos from the WWViews meetings.
September 30, 2009.
The COP15 news editor has presented results of the WWViews meetings this weekend to the world.
September 27, 10:53 GMT
Results from World Wide Views on Global Warming are now complete. Citizens from all over the world haveÂ expressedÂ their views on 13 questions related to climate change and the negotiations at the UN Climate Conference in CopenhagenÂ this December.
At the result page you can se the world result, national results, and compare results from one country or region with another. You can download a summery of the most important results along with recommendations from each country here.
We have just finished our meeting here in Copenhagen and areÂ excited about all the results that keeps running in! Europe, Asia, Oceania, and Africa spoken - now we're just waiting for America. Take a look at the results!
Most of the European countries have registered their results by now among others: Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. But results from the rest of the world, are also ticking inÂ for example: Uganda, South Africa and Mozambique.
Take a view on the newest results from WWViews here!
New results from China, Indonesia, Ethiopia, EgyptÂ and Russia available on the resultpage - have a look!
The WWViews meetings all around the world are now happening. And the results are running in! Right now you can se the results from Australia, Japan, India, The Maldives and Bangladesh.
See the results here!Â
Our national partner, Australia, has just published their voting results, which clearly indicate what Australien citizens recommends the political leaders to do.
See the results here!
World Wide Views on Global Warming is taken place - now!
At 23:00 GMT last night, the first WWViews meeting took off in Sydney, Australia. WWViews meetings will take place all during the global day with the last meeting rounding off in California at 01:00 GMT tonight.
You can follow the results here as they are reported throughout the day.
Have fun everyone!
Tomorrow is finally arriving!
Have a look a the resultpage from tomorrow at 08.30 GMT.The first results from the 38 citizen meetings beginning saturday morning will roll in during the whole day.
In only two days, citizens in all corners of the world will deliberate and vote on future climate policy!Â
Take a look at the press release!
Take a look at our new media platform, where you can watch and download videos, podcasts, and photos - for free!
Partner organisations in 39 countries are now fully funded.
If you need some summer reading, here is our first WWViews newsletter.
We are happy to announce that Det Norske Veritas hasÂ made a donationÂ to support the WWViews organisation. Their donation will among other things contribute to the viability of the WWViews results up to COP15.
We are happy to announce that WWViews has now received funding so that all five continents will be represented on September 26. Unfortunately, though, we still need funds in order for all partners to fully participate.
Our Canadian partner has now received 271.914 Canadian dollars from the federal agency Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
Mr. Lars KlĂĽver, Director of The Danish Board of Technology, made an interview on April 8th, 2009, with the american Sea Change Radio. Sea Change Radio is a show and podcast with the mission of making connections to the shift toward social, environmental, and economic sustainability.
Podcasts from the Project Launch Seminar are now available for downloading. At the seminar we did interviews with project managers from all over the world. They concerned theproject in generel and the WWViews simulation specifically.Â
The largest Danish national TV station DR (Danish Broadcasting Cooperation) was along with 75 project managers from all over the world present at the project launch last monday, March 23rd, at the Danish Parliament, Christiansborg.
On March 23, 70 national partners of the first global citizen consultation ever - World Wide Views on Global Warming (WWViews) - will meet for the first time.Â A little week from now those 70 partners will arrive in Copenhagen on the occasion of the project launch and will be discussing democracy, citizen consultation, and climate change for three days.
Two more national partners have announced their participation on September 26. Spain and Mozambique will, as the rest of the nations who joined the WWViews, give their citizens the possibility to influence the climate debate at COP15 in Copenhagen, 2009.
Indonesia and Brazil are joining us on September 26, 2009, which makes them the 41. and 42. nations to take part in a global citizen consultations in order to make the views of the public heard.Â
Two more national partners in Asia have joined the project and will be handing over their citizens' opinions to their delegate political decision-makers at COP15 this december in Copenhagen.Â
Two of the worlds largest nations have now joined WWViews in our attempt to let citizens worldwide participate in the debate on global warming.
Funding for the least developed countries is endangered by the financial crisis.
CitĂ© des Sciences et de l'Industrie in France have joined the WWViews as a
The Rathenau Institute in the Netherlands have decided to join the WWViews as a
The Danish Board of Technology - winner of â€™The Jim Creighton Awardâ€™ 2010 for: random selection, deliberative processes, innovation and creative approaches, international reach and courage in public participation.
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