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Take a look at these two photographs and play spot the difference.
To my mind, the top photo shows a forest. It is dense and diverse, a home to hundreds of species of trees, hundreds of species of bird and mammals and reptiles and fish, and many thousands of other forms of life that it would take a lifetime to…Continue
Harmful impact of climate change has emerged as one of the potent threat to human existence in today’s world. Most of the debates about climate change have revolved around countries relative responsibility for limiting the growth of greenhouse gas emissions and funding efforts to shift to low carbon energy and other green technologies system. What is little acknowledged is that, climate change threatens to erode human freedoms, engulf inequalities between castes, class and largely between…Continue
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The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is pleased to open the 2011 UNEP Young Environmental Journalist Award.
African journalists between 21 and 35 years, who are based on the continent and working for local, regional or international media organizations, are once again encouraged to apply.
Journalists entering the award may submit one radio, television, print or online report (in English or French) on an environmental…Continue
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Internews Earth Journalism Network (EJN) and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), in partnership with other organizations, will host the 1st annual Climate Communications Day as an official parallel event at the Climate Summit to be held in Durban, South Africa.
The day-long forum on December 1, 2011 that will bring together journalists, bloggers, press officers, academics and scientists, IT firms and…Continue
Added by Mike Shanahan on October 12, 2011 at 16:34 — No Comments
Global Footprint Network is seeking a Communications Coordinator whose compelling writing and media savvy will engage the public and media in the organization’s activities, and whose attention to detail and organizational skills will strengthen internal processes. The Communications Coordinator will move the organization to the next level of visibility and success by devising and…
Added by Kyle Gracey on October 9, 2011 at 18:53 — No Comments
STATEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE GROUP OF 77 AND CHINA BY H.E. AMBASSADOR JORGE ARGUELLO, PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ARGENTINA TO THE UNITED NATIONS AND CHAIR OF G77 AND CHINA AT THE STOCKTAKING PLENARY OF THE FOURTEENTH SESSION OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON LONG-TERM COOPERATIVE ACTION UNDER THE CONVENTION…
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STATEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE GROUP OF 77 AND CHINA BY H.E. AMBASSADOR JORGE ARGUELLO, PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ARGENTINA TO THE UNITED NATIONS AND CHAIR OF G77 AND CHINA AT THE STOCKTAKING PLENARY OF THE SIXTEENTH SESSION OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON FURTHER COMMITMENTS UNDER THE KYOTO PROTOCOL (AWG-KP 16, 3rd part) (Panama City, Panama, 7 October…
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ARGUELLO: PANAMA WAS A TURNING POINT IN THE NEGOTIATIONS
“The Kyoto protocol is a cornerstone of the climate change regime, and nothing will be achieved unless it can be adopted in Durban”, said the Chair of the G77 and China, Jorge Argüello
The G77 and China remains fully committed to this negotiations and to make the COP17/CMP7 in Durban a success, with a balanced and comprehensive outcome under the experience leadership of South Africa.…Continue
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ARGUELLO: INDUSTRIALISED COUNTRIES ARE BLOCKING ANY PROGRESS ON SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES IN CLIMATE CHANGE NEGOTIATIONS
The negotiations on climate change in Panama derailed on the issue of economic and social consequences of response measures yesterday, as developed countries stalled and refused to produce results in the main negotiating body of the UN Convention on Climate Change.
“Developing countries have emphasised that the economic and social…Continue
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The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) has awarded journalists from 15 countries with fellowships to attend crucial UN talks in Durban that could spell the demise or rebirth of the Kyoto Protocol.
The 19 journalists – from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States – will spend two weeks at the COP17 conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to report on the intergovernmental negotiations and receive training, editorial support,…Continue
Added by Mike Shanahan on October 6, 2011 at 17:00 — No Comments
ARGUELLO: FLEXIBILITY MUST BE DEMANDED FROM ALL PARTIES
“The second commitment period is paramount for the countries of G77 and China. Efforts must be made in order to achieve its adoption”, said the Chair of the Group of 77 and China
Ambassador Jorge Argüello, Chair of the Group of 77 and China, participated today in Panama in the informal consultations convened by South Africa, as the incoming Presidency of the…Continue
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Addressing scientific bias against Indigenous Knowledge will improve international responses to climate change, say Indigenous Leaders
Helsinki, Finland (IPCCA). As the UNFCCC climate talks open in Panama, a gathering in Finland of indigenous leaders from around the world has called upon the international community to address remove bias against traditional knowledge from climate change science and policy. The “Sevettijärvi…Continue
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Canadian artist Franke James says the government of Canada has flexed its diplomatic muscle to block exhibitions in Europe of her "visual essays" about climate change. Now she is fighting back.
Added by Mike Shanahan on October 4, 2011 at 10:59 — No Comments
The last session before COP17, and now we all want to see big steps taken towards a Fair, Ambitious and legally Binding agreement. So far negotiators are in a good mode, but there is no sight of the "big steps". On the contrary industrialised countries did what they could yesterday to avoid talkig about financial sources which is one of the key issues for Durban.
If you want to follow Panama more closesly you can follow me on Twitter (Mattias_S).
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