Short overview of the diverging views put forward by the most influential negotiating blocks in relation to the essential question of responsibility for climate action.Read post →
Once again, the lobbyists advocating for the interest of carbon intensive industries have managed to prevent EU climate action, guaranteeing a discount rate for pollution in Europe. This disappointing votes brings me back to the starting point of my engagement with the climate movement.Read post →
After a 24 hour delay, delegates from more than 194 nations finally reached an agreement on a package of…Read post →
The COP18 concluded with the adoption of the “Doha Gateway”, a package composed of five different decisions.
Our team shares below its first take on what this package means in their various national context…
Yesterday Friday 7th of December 2012 was supposed to have been the closing day of COP18. It’s 5:02pm on Saturday,…Read post →
The latest episode of Climate Theatre covers the origins of the Kyoto Protocol and the love binds that have been left behindRead post →
With 2 days left in the negotiations, these are top 10 talkers in Doha and will be the critical figures in shaping the Doha outcome.Read post →
CDM is a carbon credits project which allows willing developed countries to offset their carbon emissions by helping implement…
The love affair continues between the EU and AUS. This time they’re ‘working’ together to block discussions in the LCARead post →
While the first ADP roundtable session started with an awkward silence, parties managed to speak out their concerns to move forward. Here’s a recap of what happened in the first session of the ADP Roundtable in COP18, Doha.Read post →
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