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Karmen Meyer (CC-BY)

The Durban Deal Is No Deal

Another round of climate negotiations, another vague promise to commit to something in the distant future and another slow-motion step toward disaster for the world’s poor and vulnerable. The Durban deal puts the U.N.’s 194 nations on track to begin negotiating a legally binding pact by 2015, six years after we were told to expect such a treaty in Copenhagen. (more)

Posted on Dec 11, 2011 READ MORE



Oxfam International (CC-BY)

Climate Negotiators Gear Up for Another Round of Bullying

The next round of international climate negotiations begins in South Africa on Monday, and a report by the World Development Movement forecasts that rich countries are set to continue using the same coercive tactics that marred previous talks: tying aid money for developing countries to watered-down deals.

Posted on Nov 27, 2011 READ MORE


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