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9/2/2014
President of the Warsaw climate conference (COP19) and Poland's secretary of state, Marcin Korolec, has said the "nature of contributions" from countries to deal with menace of global warming would be the "main political questions" in Peruvian ...   
24/11/2013
Indonesia expressed mixed reactions following the conclusion of the Climate Change talks in Warsaw, Poland which reached a consensus on the commitment to a global climate change adaptation program. “With the conclusion we can hope that ...   
24/11/2013
The UN Climate Change Conference in Warsaw ended on Saturday, 24 hours behind schedule, with organizers declaring that governments are still on track to agree on a universal climate agreement in 2015 that will come into force from ...   
23/11/2013
Bedraggled diplomats returned this morning to the soccer stadium where U.N. climate change negotiations are being held. They are fully expecting to battle into the night over the best path toward a new 2015 global warming agreement. With ...   
19/6/2012
For decades, conservation biologist Thomas Lovejoy has repeatedly warned -- sometimes in dire terms -- about the loss of biodiversity. But Lovejoy, who this week was awarded the prestigious Blue Planet Prize, remains an optimist. Thomas ...   
13/9/2011
In July 2010, U.S. investor Todd Lemons and Russian energy giant Gazprom believed they were just weeks from winning final approval for a landmark forest preservation project in Indonesia. A year later, the project is close to collapse, a ...   
5/7/2011
Negotiations to save the world's rainforests conducted within the UN climate change framework are failing and should be replaced with separate high level government dialogue, according to the group chief executive of Kingfisher plc, the UK's ...   
21/5/2011
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on Thursday signed a two-year moratorium on logging in primary forests and dredging in peatlands to unlock up to $1 billion in seed funding from the government of Norway that could help the country ...   
13/4/2011
Rich nations must contribute more to a climate change fund and help fight deforestation, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said at a conference Thursday on saving the world's forests -- a key defense against global warming. Ministers from ...   
14/3/2011
Water for an Integrative Climate Paradigm International climate negotiations are deadlocked between the affluent global North and "developing" South, between political Left and Right, and between believers and deniers. Now, authors ...   
20/2/2011
Last week, Ecosystem Marketplace reported that a major formal voluntary carbon standard has verified its first carbon credits from projects that reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD). It's the ...   
20/2/2011
This started as something of a rant on the ill logic of the UNFCCC COP process, following on my post on 14 December 2010, but I have elected to reframe this conversation in a more constructive tone. Hopefully this will be better-received in the ...   
7/2/2011
The story of the world's forests is usually a depressing one. Tropical rain forests are under pressure in South America, Asia and Africa, threatening habitat for countless species and adding billions of tons of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere ...   
28/1/2011
The sixteenth conference of parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change concluded on 10 December 2010 with Patricia Espinoza, Mexico’s foreign minister welcoming the Cancun Agreements. The conference has sparked ...   
24/1/2011
Simon Butler Bolivian ambassador to the UN, Pablo Solon. One government -- that of Bolivia -- stood alone against the world at December’s UN climate conference in Cancun, Mexico. It dared to reject an agreement endorsed by 191 other ...   
15/1/2011
IEA expert Richard Baron assesses the recent UN conference in Cancun and outlines priorities for countries to address ahead of the South Africa summit in December Before the much-anticipated 2009 UN climate change conference in ...   
9/1/2011
What is a carbon credit or offset? The Collins English Dictionary defines a carbon offset as "a compensatory measure made by an individual or company for carbon emissions, usually through sponsoring activities or projects which increase ...   
7/1/2011
In the past 10 years, technology developments in the environmental sector have progressed significantly. Solar panels now have the capacity to power entire regions of Germany. Wind turbines provide small to medium-sized cities across the world ...   
31/12/2010
Climate change, Business Day
THE recent Cancun climate- change agreements’ fatal flaw is simple: faith in fickle markets. A year from now in Durban, the apparently unifying strategy of combining ever- broader emissions trading with a modicum of north-south aid to resolve ...   
30/12/2010
Delegates negotiating a new international climate deal to cut carbon emissions and address mitigation and adaptation emerged from a marathon session at the United Nation's Framework Convention on Climate Change 16th Conference of the Parties Dec. ...   
29/12/2010
Letdown at Cancun, Front Line
The climate conference failed to deliver an effective and equitable agreement on reducing emissions and will aggravate global warming. Jairam Ramesh, UnionMinister for Environment and Forests, speaks at the climate change conference on ...   
27/12/2010
Flying over the Indonesian half of the island of New Guinea, rainforest stretches like a sea of green, broken only by rugged mountain ranges and winding rivers. The verdant canopy shows little sign of human influence. But as you near Jayapura, ...   
22/12/2010
Envoys at United Nations climate talks were locked in negotiations during the final day of a two- week conference as 193 nations remained divided about how to curb global warming. "There's a real danger that if we don't get a successful ...   
19/12/2010
Bolivia was not an obstacle to progress at Cancun's climate talks. It was rather the only nation daring enough to tell the truth. In the famous Hans Christian Anderson fable, The Emperor's New Clothes, a weaver famously plays on an ...   
19/12/2010
Industrialized countries refuse to stop polluting and put a price on protecting forests. Industrialized countries and their companies do little to nothing to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, which are in turn triggering climate ...   

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