12 November 2009

Please vote for COSMOS in the Earth Journalism Awards!

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COSMOS is one of 15 winners in the Earth Journalism Awards, which are linked to the U.N. climate negotiations in Copenhagen in December. Help us win another award by voting here.
Earth Journalism Awards

COSMOS is a winner in the Earth Journalism Awards. Credit: Earth Journalism Awards

COSMOS IS ONE of 15 winners in the Earth Journalism Awards, which are linked to the next major round of U.N. climate negotiations in Copenhagen in December. We are the only Australian winner.

Over the next month there is now an online vote for a 16th award – the Global Public Award – out of those 16 winners. If you like the article, please vote for it and help COSMOS win the award!

Voting is easy. Click here to read the article online and VOTE!

The winning article is guaranteed maximum exposure to the world’s movers and shakers gathered in Copenhagen, and has the opportunity to help persuade them of the urgency of taking serious action on climate now.

Alternatively, click here and become a fan of this Facebook group to vote. Find out more about the Earth Journalism Awards here.

The award-winning article is “Oceans of acid” by deputy editor and online editor, John Pickrell:

As global warming wreaks havoc on coral reefs, evidence is mounting that another problem caused by carbon dioxide is an even bigger threat. But is it too late to fix?

Read the original article here on Cosmos Online. We thank you for your support!

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