Will universal participation be achieved at the expense of the climate in 2015?
Guess post by Luke Kemp, PhD scholar…
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 →
The position of the Arctic in the climate change negotiations is somewhat paradoxical: while the “melting sea ice” narrative is at the core of the climate debate, the Arctic was less represented than ever at the Doha climate conference.Read post →
After a 24 hour delay, delegates from more than 194 nations finally reached an agreement on a package of…Read post →
Yesterday Friday 7th of December 2012 was supposed to have been the closing day of COP18. It’s 5:02pm on Saturday,…Read post →
A run down of the extra few hours of the last day at COP18.Read post →
Negotiations on the establishment of a mechanism to address loss and damage have provided an opportunity to discuss the impact of climate change on human dignity. In the final hours of the COP18, the US delegation is however working hard to prevent any progress on this proposal.Read post →
There are only two days left till COP18 winds down. Yesterday night the negotiations went on till the wee hours…Read post →
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