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Q&A: “We Expect the Polluters to Pay”

Posted on 26 September 2011 by admin

By Kristin Palitza speaks to TOSI MPANU-MPANU, chair of the Africa Group of Negotiators for Climate Change

BAMAKO, Sep 26 (IPS) – Africa will have to present a strong position at the United Nations climate change conference later this year to ensure the continent will receive the financing to mitigate and adapt to climate change. Continue Reading

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Q&A: Africa Keen to Ensure Kyoto Protocol Survives

Posted on 12 September 2011 by admin

Laura Lopez Gonzalez interviews Greenpeace International Executive Director KUMI NAIDOO

MONTREAL, Canada, Sep 12 (IPS) – Durban should not be the burial ground for the Kyoto Protocol, says Kumi Naidoo, Executive Director of Greenpeace International, about his expectations from the 17th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change happening in his hometown in South Africa later this year. Continue Reading

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Q&A: “Climate Change Is Affecting Traditional Knowledge”

Posted on 16 August 2011 by admin

Constanza Vieira interviews Colombian biologist BRIGITTE BAPTISTE *
BOGOTA, Aug 16, 2011 (Tierramérica) – The traditional knowledge of nature developed since ancestral times by Colombia’s indigenous peoples is increasingly challenged by the unnatural effects of climate change, a phenomenon that is deeply troubling to the keepers of this knowledge, says biologist Brigitte Baptiste.
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