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CancĂșn Diary Day 6 & 7: Nastasya Tay

Posted on 10 December 2010 by admin

December 8 & 9

Nastasya Tay returns to CancĂșn, recovering from a weekend of legislative debauchery, and explores the world of climate talk acronyms in the lead up to the opening of the High Level Session of negotiations.

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CancĂșn Diary Day 4: Nastasya Tay

Posted on 07 December 2010 by admin

December 6

Nastasya Tay ventures to Mexico City, where legislators from around the globe were taking a (sometimes wild) stab at thinking through climate solutions.

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Legislators Seek to Influence CancĂșn Results

Posted on 06 December 2010 by admin

By Daniela Pastrana

MEXICO CITY, Dec 6, 2010 (IPS/TerraViva) – “And what about after 2012?”, when the Kyoto Protocol climate change treaty’s first period of commitments ends, was the question floating around an international meeting of legislators held over the weekend in the Mexican capital.
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La COP 16 entre el perro y las pulgas

Posted on 06 December 2010 by admin

Marcha de La VĂ­a Campesina en CancĂșn. CrĂ©dito: Mantoe Phakathi/IPS

Por Diana Cariboni *

CANCÚN, MĂ©xico, 6 dic (IPS/TerraViva) - Lo que para algunos es un avance modesto pero firme en la negociaciĂłn sobre cambio climĂĄtico, que ingresa en su segunda semana en la ciudad mexicana de CancĂșn, para otros no es mĂĄs que humo o “falsas soluciones”. Continue Reading

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India’s Climate Change Action: Will It Go the Way of the World?

Posted on 05 December 2010 by admin

Wildlifers worry the Forest Rights Act will threaten India's last critical habitats, which include Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan. Credit: Keya Acharya/IPS

Commentary by Keya Acharya

MEXICO CITY, Dec. 5, 2010 (IPS/TerraViva) While the parlaying at the climate talks in CancĂșn broke for the weekend, a group of 155 legislators from 16 of the G20 major economies met in the Mexican Senate to discuss how to influence their countries’ ministers to agree to an international commitment that obligated them to pass national laws on climate action. Continue Reading

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