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Contents with tag: Bangkok Intersessional

3 Sep 2012
Climate: Reading one book in different editions, and not all are on the same page

With only three more days left at the Bangkok informal additional sessions, there are a number of outstanding issues in which developed and developing country negotiators appear to be reading the same book, but one that has different versions and editions. And if these differences weren’t enough, they are not all on the same page, to say the least.

2 Sep 2012
Climate: Roundtable 2 tackles twin imperatives of equity and ambition

How to ensure both equity and ambition in cutting emissions, what measures and mechanisms are needed to enable these, and how is it possible to achieve such targets. These are but a few of the questions in today’s discussions at the 2nd Roundtable on Ambition of the Ad-hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform (ADP) where we see a divergence of views by developed and developing countries.

1 Sep 2012
Climate: Developing countries oppose ‘Umbrella Group’ move to kill LCA this year

“To kill, or not to kill,” while millions more are dying with the impacts of climate change. This seems to be the undercurrent yesterday at the Bangkok Intersessionals of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

30 Aug 2012
Climate: Developing countries hope for meaningful Bangkok intersessionals

Hopes for meaningful outcomes that would lead to collective efforts by the international community to address climate change were echoed by developing countries at the opening of the international climate negotiations at the UNESCAP in Bangkok, Thailand.

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