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Khor: Climate Funding a “Chicken and Egg Problem”

Posted on 10 December 2010 by admin

Martin Khor. Courtesy of the South Centre.

Nastasya Tay interviews MARTIN KHOR, Executive Director of the South Centre

CANCÚN, Dec 10, 2010 (IPS/TerraViva) – As negotiations approach their conclusion at COP16, Nastasya Tay speaks to Martin Khor, the Executive Director of the South Centre, a civil society organisation that champions the views of the developing world, to see what developing countries hope to achieve in this round of talks.

 

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Yolanda Kakabadse: “Create a Protocol Based on Non-Emissions”

Posted on 09 December 2010 by admin

Emilio Godoy interviews YOLANDA KAKABADSE, president of WWF

CANCÚN, Dec 9, 2010 (IPS/TerraViva) – Latin America should create regional conventions to protect biodiversity and combat the impacts of climate change, says Ecuadorian environmentalist Yolanda Kakabadse, president of the World Wide Fund for Nature International (WWF), in this interview with TerraViva. Continue Reading

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Defining Africa’s Green Fund

Posted on 09 December 2010 by admin

Rosebell Kagumire interviews DR ANTHONY NYONG, Head of Compliance Safeguards at the African Development Bank.

CANCÚN, Dec 8, 2010 (IPS/TerraViva) – Funding to developing countries to support reduced emissions and adaptation to the impacts of climate change is one of the tasks before negotiators and politicians at the U.N.’s Climate Conference in CancĂșn. Continue Reading

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Yolanda Kakabadse: “Crear un protocolo basado en la no emisión”

Posted on 09 December 2010 by admin

Yolanda Kakabadse. Crédito: WWF

Por Emilio Godoy

CANCÚN, MĂ©xico, 8 dic (IPS/TerraViva) – AmĂ©rica Latina debe construir convenciones regionales para proteger la biodiversidad y combatir el impacto del cambio climĂĄtico, segĂșn la ecuatoriana Yolanda Kakabadse, presidenta internacional del no gubernamental Fondo Mundial para la Naturaleza (WWF). Continue Reading

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‘A Lot of People Misunderstand China’

Posted on 05 December 2010 by admin

Nastasya Tay interviews RENATE LOK-DESSALLIEN, head of the United Nations Development Programme’s China office

Windmills at Xinjiang, China. Credit: Chris Lim/Wikicommons

Windmills at Xinjiang, China. Credit: Chris Lim/Wikicommons

CANCÚN, Dec 5, 2010 (IPS/TerraViva) – In 2008, China pumped out 6.5 gigatonnes of CO2, roughly equal to the emissions from the rest of Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East combined. Continue Reading

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