The end of COP is nearing and many members of civil society are becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of real progress coming out of the negotiations. Canada wins the 2011 Colossal Fossil and Jordan Konek of Arviat, Nunavut accepts the award on behalf of the government. Will Vanderbilt provides us with an update on what's happening inside the negotiations and we hear the voices and sounds of the protests that occured inside and outside of the ICC yesterday -- a small glimmer of hope on what was otherwise a very sad day at COP17.
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