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The postponement ends hopes of a deal to succeed the Kyoto Protocol before its current round expires at the end of 2012, leaving a gap possibly for years
The world will again fall short of a full climate deal this year, after two past attempts, say...
Jun 2, 2011 | Read More
Bangkok Climate Talks
Many nations were unhappy that much of the April 3-8 Bangkok meeting was taken up arguing over the agenda, with the U.S. saying the delay dampened the mood
Rich and poor nations overcame deep divisions on Friday to cut a deal that maps out U.N. climate...
Apr 8, 2011 | Read More
The UN secretary general will redirect efforts to making more immediate gains in clean energy and sustainable development
Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations secretary general who made global warming his personal mission, is...
Jan 27, 2011 | Read More
With few government heads expected in Mexico, influence will come behind the scenes, not in front of a camera
What a difference a year makes for climate change activism. Twelve months ago, thousands of young...
Nov 24, 2010 | Read More
Reformers say dangerous refrigerants could be eliminated for $70 million a year, instead of $1 billion.
A storm has been brewing for months in an obscure corner of the carbon-trading world, and it's now...
Sep 7, 2010 | Read More
Rich nations insist on allowing accounting trick that would hide true emissions
At this week's global climate talks in Bonn, developing countries have begun fighting a gambit by...
Jun 7, 2010 | Read More
Experienced campaigner reflects on 20 years of effort
By Tom Athanasiou, Earth Island Journal  Since the Copenhagen climate change summit didn’t...
Jun 7, 2010 | Read More
Experienced campaigner reflects on 20 years of effort
By Tom Athanasiou, Earth Island Journal First, a confession: This is not another enumeration of...
Jun 6, 2010 | Read More
Japan has already allocated $5 billion in fast-start climate aid, though very little appears to be "new and additional" money
The surprise resignation of Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyamo this week will have no impact...
Jun 4, 2010 | Read More
Logging rules for rich could undermine climate talks, must be tossed out in Bonn, advocates warn
Rich nations are pushing to lock in a logging loophole at the United Nations climate talks in Bonn...
May 31, 2010 | Read More