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 Please note that most of these are archived web page, and so may be out of date.
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.
French version of the Greenpeace Policy on Saving Forests to Protect the Climate
French version of the Climate for Forests Report: Developing a hybrid approach for REDD
Spanish version of the Forests for Climate Report : Developing a hybrid approach for REDD
The Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) was created to aid clean development by allowing wealthy nations to invest in the developing world as a way to cut their greenhouse gas emissions and claim credits against their own emission...
A multitude of new scientific findings and empirical evidence show the rate of climate change is surpassing the International Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) worst case forecasts as made in their Fourth Assessment Report, released just last year.
The Greenpeace Forests for Climate (Tropical Deforestation Emission Reduction Mechanism TDERM) proposal for a hybrid market-linked fund would provide the financing needed to help protect the world's remaining tropical forests by reducing...
If we can bail out the banks why can’t we bail out the planet? Greenpeace supports a planetary rescue package as described in the ‘Green New Deal’ proposal of the New Economics Foundation and called for by UNEP2 as both feasible and necessary.
The ecological, political, and financial stars are aligned for governments to take meaningful action on behalf of the climate, forests, and impoverished communities around the world. Standing forests are a tremendous carbon storehouse that must...
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