G-77 Plus China Rejects Durban’s Decisions

1 Durban, South Africa, Dec 9. – The G-77 plus China rejected on Friday the decisions of the 17th Climate Change Conference for lacking the complaints of under-developed countries on the Kyoto Protocol. Diplomatic sources told Prensa Latina that the group demanded that a new document is presented given that the one proposed does not include a second period of

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Durban: Heated Debate Prevails in Climate Conference

0 Durban, South Africa, Dec 1. -The 17th Conference of the Parties (COP17) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) entered its fourth session on Thursday facing uncertainty over the future of the Kyoto Protocol and with interminable arguments to adopt a consensus. Working groups participating in the COP17 and in the 7th Session of the Conference

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CMP7 Participants Reject Maneuver with Kyoto Protocol

3 Durban, South Africa, Nov 30. -Venezuela, Cuba, Ecuador and other countries on Wednesday rejected pressures from industrialized nations to enjoy the carbon market, even when it blocks a second period for the commitments of the Kyoto Protocol.Forests and Financing in Bolivian Agenda for Durban The maneuver, which pretends to keep alive the clean development mechanism although the mitigation commitments

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Cuba Defends in Cancun financial Experience of Kyoto

1 Cancun, Mexico, Dec 2. -Cuba insisted on taking advantage of the positive lessons of the Adaptation Fund under the Kyoto Protocol in the design of new financial mechanisms for climate change, although still in the process of maturation. The lessons of the fund must be taken into account in two main directions, the first one aimed at achieving a

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