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Cancun - what it means for us
To much applause from those assembled, early on Saturday morning (11 December) a deal on climate change was agreed here in Cancun. Whilst the content of the agreement will scarcely scratch the surface of the climate crisis, the fact that agreement was possible is remarkable following the bad faith and...
20 Dec 2010
Cancun - Its a deal
Some good news at last! The UN climate talks in Cancun have ended in a deal which represent a small but significant step towards a global climate deal that keeps global climate change within ‘safe’ limits. In addition to some solid commitments, including a new green climate fund that...
12 Dec 2010
Cancun - Crocodillos and Ministers arrive at the talks
Cancun is most notable by its absence in most of the UK media at the moment, so here's some more news straight from Mel Coath, who is in Cancun for the RSPB, working on land use and forestry issues - The Ministers have arrived! Some of them anyway. Chris Huhne and Greg Barker have arrived from...
7 Dec 2010
Notes from Cancun: Crystal ball gazing and strategizing
Day 2: Crystal ball gazing and strategizing Today was strategy day. We headed out to the University of the Caribbean past the burgeoning hotel complexes on the sand spit that is Cancun. Representatives of hundreds of NGOs flocked together under the umbrella of the Climate Action Network,...
30 Nov 2010
Notes from Cancun: Lurking with intent
Two of our colleagues are in Cancun. Over the next ten days we'll be sharing their thoughts and experiences from the talks first-hand. Day 1: Lurking with intent Today we found out that an exclusive group of land and forests negotiators from rich countries were having a secret pre-meet in a posh...
30 Nov 2010
Dai the Dragon gets fired up about climate change
Cardiff locals would have been forgiven for feeling like extras in a Harry Potter film yesterday with the arrival of a scaly visitor, more commonly seen flying on the Welsh flag. Dai the Dragon visited the National Assembly Building in Cardiff yesterday to present a scroll engraved with a series of...
26 Nov 2010
Help us give deforestation the REDD light
The climate negotiations in Cancun that begin in just 3 weeks aren't going to deliver the all singing, all dancing global climate deal we need. But they are an opportunity to bank the bits of progress we've seen since the Copenhagen fiasco and act as a stepping stone to success in the talks in...
15 Nov 2010
Think squirrels, think nuts.
Headlines, tweets and status updates. Forty-five characters to tell everyone what's on your mind. For someone that is a fan of a nice quote, like me, nothing can be more addictive. This particular quote, from my friend Tom's facebook page made me laugh, even though I think he may well have borrowed...
4 Nov 2010
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