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 oftenfirst hand accounts from our delegations. Please note that most of these are archived web page, and so may be out of date.
Sorry, documents from earlier conferences are not in our online archive. Perhaps try the WaybackMachine.
More information: UNFCCC meetings page
Why international rules are important for stopping climate change. Assessing proposals by the US and Australia, ahead of the Copenhagen Climate Summit
Letter to US House of Representatives Co-Chairmen Henry Waxman and Edward Markey, from carbon emissions trading associations with regard to the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009.
The European Union needs to stand firm and reject US efforts to weaken a climate deal in Copenhagen, said Greenpeace, as the world’s largest emitters gather in London for the US-led Major Economies Forum (MEF) beginning Sunday. (1)
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...
Acitivists make sure President Obama knows that his presence is required again in December at the UN Climate Summit.
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...
French version of the Greenpeace Policy on Saving Forests to Protect the Climate
What is soon to be bigger than England and account for more greenhouse gas emissions than the Czech Republic? The tar sands of northern Alberta, Canada - the largest energy project and the largest industrial project on the face of the planet.
Just two weeks after our exposé 'Slaughtering the Amazon' showed how the Brazilian cattle industry is decimating the Amazon rainforest, we are seeing a stampede as companies and the World Bank start to sever their links with the slaughterhouses...
As another round of Bonn climate talks limps to a close, and the UN Climate Summit to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in December this year draws closer and closer, it’s a good opportunity to take a look at the progress that’s been made so far…
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