What Next – Climate Watch
Tianjin Sends Out Signals of Climate Hope and Scepticism
Summary of the Tianjin negotiations by Hiroshi Nagai and Taro Ichikawa for the news service IDN-InDepthNews.
Here's a sombre reflection on the state of climate and climate negotiations by George Mombiot. Cause for political awakening and some very deep questioning...An extract:"Greens are a puny force, by comparison to industrial lobby groups, the cowardice of governments and the natural human tendency to deny what we don’t want to see. To compensate for our weakness, we indulged a fantasy of benign
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Sun, Sep 5 2010 04:28 | Cross-cutting
Here is an excellent statement from Africa that cuts across most of the key issues on climate change. “Towards a Farmer and Civil Society-led Roadmap on Food Security, Rural Livelihoods, Farmers Rights and Climate Change”Joint Statement by Farmers and Civil Society Organizations to the Preparatory Conference on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change 6-8 September 2010, Addis Ababa,
Vidal on Bonn II and Road to Cancún
Mon, Aug 9 2010 12:19 | Cross-cutting
Check out this excellent article by John Vidal, The Guardian where he discusses the Bonn II negotiations and the challenges ahead.
Bonn II negotiations assessments
Below four brief assessments from the 'Bonn II' UNFCCC negotiations 1 -11 June 2010. Bonn II – An Assessment: Overview of the key issues for the negotiations.A Kyoto Assessment: Exposure of the inadequacy of rich country (Annex 1) emission reductions (mitigation) and the huge loopholes.What role for the US? Exposure of how the US climate policies means a race to the bottom and how EU and other