Over the weekend, a Friend of Newsroom popped up on CNN's air.
Gena Somra works on our International Desk, but she's also been shepherding a special documentary. Appearing with Gena: her partner and co-director on the piece, CNN Photojournalist Farhad Shadravan.
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The demand for answers continues as world climate-change leaders gather in Copenhagen for a summit on climate change.
The University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit, known as CRU is now at the center of what’s known as "Climate-gate".
More than one-thousand emails seized by hackers reveal researchers’ private discussions on global warming that have led to allegations that scientists “cooked the books” on global warming.
We want to know has the release of these emails changed your views on global warming?
Post your comments here and Heidi will read some responses during CNN Newsroom from 9am to 11am ET.
Climate change is front and center in Copenhagen. World leaders arrive today for the U.N. Climate Change Conference, which runs through December 18.
The goal: outline programs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The world's biggest polluters, China and the U.S., have already announced plans to lower their carbon emissions.
For the next two weeks we’re going to answer your questions about climate change.
Leave a comment with your questions and then we’ll present the answers and break it all down in the CNN Newsroom, 11am – 1pm ET.