Good COP, BAD COP – Mexico 2010

Adaptation at the US Pavilion

Reflections on the US center’s side event on adaptation. Jana and I attended the US center’s side event on adaptation, […]

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U.S. & China: Power Climate Politics (and Posturing)

Political discourse may provide clout to inaction in the U.S., while China makes a commitment to its people and the […]

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Let’s Talk About Mex

Like most countries hosting a COP event or recently any major public event (i.e. the Olympics), Mexico aimed to make […]

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One Voice, One Cubby

Every country in the UNFCCC gets a voice at COP16 Just as each of the 194 parties to the United […]

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A Call to Action from the UNFCCC

This morning I attended the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s Global Business Day for a keynote speech by Christiana […]

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Are we in line to likely evade adverse and irreversible changes in climate?

A large topic of contention within COP16 is if Party pledges as stated in the Copenhagen Accord are sufficient to keep the […]

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To get the discussion going

Norway, Saudi Arabia, Algeria and other parties were condemned by several observer organizations for promoting the inclusion of carbon capture […]

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