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Copenhagen

This subject will deal with everything that is happening at the UN climate change conference which started today in Copenhagen and will end on the 18th of December.

19 February 2010 09:41 Barroso is trying to revive Copenhagen within the EU

The president of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso sent a letter to the 27 heads of state and government of the EU, informing them of the next steps in the work of the Commission regarding climate change. Barroso is underlining that the work on climate change response will be one of th ...

22 December 2009 15:28 The bright and green future has been delayed ... for now

After hard negotiations and extending the deadline the leaders of 193 countries, participating in the 15th UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen agreed on a 3-page document, called in its very beginning the Copenhagen Accord. The document is not legally-binding but it is written in the text that i ...

18 December 2009 14:14 Never ending efforts

There are no prospects for serious concessions at the ongoing negotiations in Copenhagen on the new deal for climate. Since yesterday the informal summit of the leaders of the major economies ended with no success, this morning the Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen convened another info ...

17 December 2009 17:32 Hillary Clinton: We will contribute to the Global Fund for Climate Change

One of the good news that came today from Copenhagen against the background of growing pessimism is that the US is ready to contribute to the Global Fund for climate change, aimed at helping poor countries face the impact of climate change. This became clear after the statement of the American S ...

16 December 2009 15:05 Copenhagen enters into culmination

Late in the afternoon in Copenhagen world leaders will start arriving for the negotiations of a new climate deal. Protests in the Danish capital are also expected to get more violent. It's also getting harder to forecast the outcome of the summit that has started 10 days ago. Negotiations among ...

21 January 2010 17:40 Copenhagen summit: good that it failed

The participants in the UN climate change summit in Copenhagen in December 2009 did the planet a favor by refusing to endorse a binding agreement to drastically reduce carbon emissions. This is the opinion of the director of Copenhagen Consensus Center Bjorn Lomborg, who is also the author of th ...

18 December 2009 17:26 Bad, Worse, Copenhagen

The feeling of a failure of the climate change talks in Copenhagen is increasing more and more with every hour, since in the afternoon another draft text appeared in the Danish capital, excluding 2010 as a deadline for a legally binding agreement, the world agencies report. Even before the two-w ...

17 December 2009 18:31 Judgement Day

Such a feeling leave the plenaries at Copenhagen, during which one after another world leaders of over 100 countries make statements. Speeches vary from calm calls for a deal to blaming, searching the main factor responsible for climate change and for the survival of mankind in general. And whil ...

17 December 2009 10:34 Tension at Copenhagen is rising

China cannot envision reaching an immediate, operational accord out of the negotiations here, according to an official involved in the talks, an official from the Chinese delegation said, quoted by the Washington post. It remains unclear what China would be willing to embrace instead of a robust ...

15 December 2009 12:45 Per un euro bucato

A Balkan sense of outwitting or a true belief that Bulgaria has managed to make a good deal? This is the question I've been thinking over the past few days after I learned that Bulgaria will contribute to the Global Fund that will help poor nations around the world to fight climate change with 2 ...

 
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