International Negotiations

This page is intended primarily for policy makers, journalists and others who attend or report on international meetings about climate change. Hopefully though, it is also useful to anyone who wants better understanding of what goes on at these meetings, and what is at stake from their results.

For each meeting you will find Greenpeace position statements and other relevant documents, and often first hand accounts from our delegations.

More information: UNFCCC meetings page

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We aren’t celebrating the fact that we are drowning!

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | 25 February, 2010

Shirley Atatagi, one of our political advisors, is currently in Tuvalu for the King Tides Festival , and sent us this blog. As we were landing in Tuvalu today, I couldn’t help thinking about the tsunami that struck my country of...

February 19: Australia plans legal action on Japan's whaling; UNFCC chief De Boer...

Blog entry by mwilson | 19 February, 2010

This is a trial series. Members of Greenpeace in Finland show support for the "Tokyo Two" . Photo: © Matti Snellman / Greenpeace As the trial continues for the "Tokyo Two" (Greenpeace activists who exposed corruption behind the...

10 million activists voices in Copenhagen

Blog entry by Jess | 7 December, 2009 2 comments

Here's another update from John Bowler, our Project Manager for Copenhagen (pictured above - our Executive Director Kumi Naidoo presents the Tcktcktck petition to the Prime Minister of Denmark). Just like the morning, the afternoon...

Obama shows up in Copenhagen two months early

Feature story | 2 October, 2009 at 2:00

Our jaws hit the deck and we all fell out of our inflatables when we got word that Presidents Obama, Lula, Zapatero and Prime Minister Hatoyama were going to show up in Copenhagen. And then we found out that instead of showing up in Copenhagen...

Mediocrity is not an option for climate deal

Feature story | 23 September, 2009 at 2:00

With the international climate negotiations and the climate system both in crisis, more than 100 Heads of State and Government gathered at UN HQ in New York yesterday to try to break the deadlock and move the discussions forward. But despite...

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