Monday, 14 January 2013 02:48 Written by Jesús Marcos Gamero Rus
The integration of the link between human displacement and the impacts of environment and climate change into the political agenda should be considered as one of the main actions to take when facing these issues. An inclusive approach that brings together the state and regional political structures, as well as civil society and other stakeholders, is necessary if the goal is to share the views of each group and design possible joint proposals.
Wednesday, 05 February 2014 11:57 Written by Luis Fernández Carril
Historically, the U.S. has been identified as the main detractor in international climate negotiations, mainly for its continued refusal to sign the Kyoto Protocol. Later, with the collapse of negotiations at COP15, the expectations of the cooperation of the U.S. went down even more.
Tuesday, 11 December 2012 18:59
Doha Climate Change Negotiations: Moving Beyond the Dueling Dinosaurs to Bring Together Equity and AmbitionWritten by Timmons Roberts
The vast plenary hall was nearly empty. Nation after nation had ministers and negotiators stand up for their three minute statements on the progress of these 18th annual climate negotiations taking place in the cavernousQatarNationalConvention Centerin the desert near Doha. Slim and greying American lead negotiator Todd Stern mounted the steps to deliver what everyone assumed would be a defensive and rote portrayal of an administration doing all it could, the tired and totally debunked line about how theU.S.is showing leadership on climate action.
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 07:18 Written by Guy Edwards
The Climate Action Network’s ECOreports on theDominican Republic’s decision at COP18 to pledge an unconditional 25% emission reduction below 2010 levels by 2030.
Tuesday, 11 December 2012 11:51 Written by Jesús Marcos Gamero Rus
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