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What did Durban do for rainforests?
Post by John Lanchbery, Principal Climate Change Adviser at the RSPB Often unreported amidst the high profile politics of the international climate talks are the negotiations on saving tropical forests or, in the snappy jargon of the UN process: ‘reducing emissions from deforestation and forest...
20 Dec 2011
Durban climate talks continue as Ministers arrive
Post by Melanie Coath, Senior Policy Officer, in Durban Negotiators and NGOs alike are preparing for the Ministers taking over the negotiations when the High Level Segment kicks off tomorrow. All in all we have 12 Heads of State and 130 Ministers arriving here in Durban, indeed some are already here...
6 Dec 2011
Storms gather at climate talks in Durban
Guest post from John Lanchbery, Principle Climate Change Adviser at the RSPB, in Durban The tropical storm that has been brewing all day has fallen upon Durban this evening, just in time to catch representatives of the World’s environment and development groups on their way back from a strategy...
28 Nov 2011
Climate change in Africa - Video
This is a powerful video presentation that was played at our conference the other week by Moussa Abou Mamouda (from ENDA Senagal & Africa Adapt). Clearly shows how people and nature are already being affected by climate change in Africa. Thanks to colleagues at WWF and Mairi Dupar at CDKN for...
25 Nov 2011
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