Will universal participation be achieved at the expense of the climate in 2015?
Guess post by Luke Kemp, PhD scholar…
With five consecutive closing plenaries taking place over less than 48 hours at the Bonn Climate Talks, our team collected 5 tips from senior negotiators to survive these never-ending sessions.Read post →
As countries such as the US, Canada, Russia and Japan push to delay agreement to a legally binding framework for…Read post →
A veteran campaigner’s view from inside day 2 of the Durban Climate Change Conference. What TckTckTck partners are up to. How you can get involved.Read post →
Our friends at One Climate ask Alden Meyer from the Union of Concerned Scientists about his expectations for this round of talksRead post →
Cheguei sexta-feira em Durban, África do Sul, para acompanhar a CoP-17, que começa amanhã – minha primeira vez na África e minha quinta CoP! O que esperar de mais uma rodada de negociações?Read post →
The EU is planning to include aviation in its scheme to reduce emissions in 2012. Despite of the absence of any other plans to address these emissions, a broad coalition of third countries has joined forces to denounce the plan and ask the EU not to regulate the emissions from their own airlines.Read post →
Summary of the Current status/situation
We’re half way through these negotiations here in Panama and it might be worth remembering…
No Nukes in the CDM. Japan should support Kyoto and a clean energy future. Denmark celebrated by green groups for increase in ambition.Read post →
First place Fossil of the Day is awarded to Japan. Saudi Arabia gets the 2nd place Fossil. And Danish government announcement to reduce the Danish emissions 40% by year in 2020 earns Denmark the Ray of the Day.Read post →
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