(Lima, Peru) — There are a lot of moving parts, diplomatic sleights of hand, and nuanced negotiations underway at COP20 in Lima. But to really understand the Lima climate change negotiations you have to understand the concept of “differentiation.” This...
Via Grist, a nice curtain raiser from Andrew Light, coordinator of international climate policy at the Center for American Progress, about COP 17--the international climate conference taking place in Durban next month.
Cancun is not only picturesque, it is also at tremendous risk if climate change continues unabated. The resorts hang down from the central city like a string of pearls dangling in the teal waters of the Atlantic.
The former Prime Minister of Norway Gro Brundtland and the former Prime Minister of Chile Ricardo Lagos team up in an op-ed that distills the concrete ways that the international community can make the climate conference in Cancun a success.