HomeTrackingBonn Climate Change Conference - June 2014Bonn Climate Talks, Day 2 wrap-up: back to the roots… Sébastien Duyck March 11, 2014 Access a downloadable pdf of this report here. [View the story "Bonn Climate Talks - Day 2 - back to the roots." on Storify] And there’s more: check also our storify report of the Bonn Climate Talks – Day #1. Anonymous Sébastien: it’s now more than a week since the talks ended. Are you – or adoptanegotiator.org – going to do an overall assessment? http://www.joshuawiese.com Joshua Wiese Hello Guenier, it would be great to read Seb’s views on Bonn. Even having followed this process relatively closely for years, I always learn something from Seb’s reflections and insights. Whether or not he finds time to share them, I can point you to a more basic overall assessment here: http://tcktcktck.org/partners/… by my colleague Tierney Smith. Anonymous I too have been following this process for years. I saw the tcktcktck article (BTW you appear in the byline not Tierney Smith) and followed the link to Earth in Brackets: http://www.earthinbrackets.org/2014/03/14/the-way-here-and-the-way-forward-negotiating-a-new-climate-agreement/#comment-66371 I’d be interested in your view on my exchange with Nathan Thanki. And possibly in the discussion here: http://www.bishop-hill.net/discussion/post/2313902 Best wishes – Robin Guenier Anonymous Joshua: further to my earlier post, you might use your obvious influence at tcktcktck to see what happened to a comment I made re this article: http://tcktcktck.org/2014/03/eu-delay-2030-climate-policy-makes-bloc-increasingly-irrelevant/61078 My comment was posted 2 or 3 days ago – but mysteriously still hasn’t appeared. I’d be most grateful for your help. Thanks. R http://www.joshuawiese.com Joshua Wiese I’ll look into it. My guess is that we don’t currently have anyone approving comments, but can get back to you with more info.