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Let's Do it in Durban!

Feature story | December 11, 2010 at 11:44

The climate summit in Cancun has built momentum, but much more work needs to be done to save the climate. Now Greenpeace looks ahead to next year's climate talks, urging South Africans and the world, to 'do it in Durban'.

Cancun agreement builds towards a global climate deal

Feature story | December 13, 2010 at 10:46

Governments in Cancun, Mexico, have chosen hope over fear and put the building blocks back in place for a global deal to combat climate change. For the first time in years, governments put aside some major differences and compromised to reach a...

Racing to save the climate

Feature story | October 21, 2010 at 16:00

Melita Steele, one of our climate and energy campaigners, recently visited China for the final round of negotiations before COP 16.

COP17, Where are we now?

Blog entry by Ferrial Adams | December 2, 2011

It’s mid-way through COP17 and the big question on everyone’s minds is “how is it all going?” Usually after a week of talks it’s possible to assess the possible outcomes of the talks. However, there seems to be rather slow progress on...

Bangkok comes to a close. Next step: Bonn in June

Blog entry by Melita Steele | April 15, 2011

The first week-long session of the climate negotiations has come to a close. So, what ended up on the agenda for the week? Short answer: lots and lots of talking. It was a pretty telling week, with the geo-politics of the negotiations...

Crunch Time

Blog entry by Melita Steele | December 10, 2010

The final two days of COP 16 have arrived, which means that the atmosphere here has changed, with a greater sense of urgency and consistently later nights. Now is when ministers and negotiators get down to trying to draft what is...

Power to the people (looking to South Africa)

Blog entry by Melita Steele | December 10, 2010

When you walk into both the Cancun Messe and the Moon Palace there are information stalls set up giving information on Durban as the host city for COP 17. Despite only recently being announced as the host of this mega conference,...

Breaking tradition in Cancun

Blog entry by Jess Miller | November 30, 2010

The first day of the COP16 has come to close. There was lots of traffic, security, speeches, ceremonies, all following the normal first day traditions of a UN climate meeting. For the next two weeks though,  what I hope to see is...

The Cancun Agreement?

Blog entry by Melita Steele | December 11, 2010

We’re out of time here in Cancun and things have now run into extra time. Earlier today the Mexican government presented text for both the Kyoto Protocol and the LCA to the 194 countries represented here – the product of 2 weeks of...

Cancun - negotiations enter week two

Blog entry by Daniel Kessler | December 6, 2010

We are now one week into the Cancun climate talks .  Yes, progress comes at a glacial pace--sometimes it feels like it doesn’t come at all--and the signals here are mixed on just what will happen when the traveling carnival known...

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