I'm finding it hard to listen to the news or read about the Copenhagen meeting, except through the fractured glimpses from other people's blogs. Reminds me of peeping at Dr Who through my fingers from behind the sofa. Can't watch properly. Can't look away completely either. These are the ones I've found particularly interesting :
- George Monbiot - taking a very big picture on how we, as a species, divide into types about climate change, and showing very eloquently why this is so hard.
- Living on Sunshine - the title of this blog alone is enough to raise the spirits, and with its provocative strapline "how old will you be in 2050?" (personally, 84, if I get there) reminds us old folk that if we're not going to lead, we'd better get out of the way and let the youngsters do it.
- Mark Lynas - surprisingly optimistic
- Jonathon Porritt - sounding comfortable (if that's the word) back amongst the activists and campaigners.
Will someone tell me what happened when it's over?