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  • NEW! Climate rescue weblog

    Blogpost by Lisa - 13 November, 2008 at 18:19

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    We've just launched a climate rescue station next to a coal mine in Poland.

    Previously we were using this blog for political updates for last year's UN climate talks in Bali. This year we're back again with a new look and new stuff to blog about.

    Not o... Read more >

  • Bali outcome

    Blogpost by Andrew - 19 December, 2007 at 18:40 6 comments

    By Wendel, Bali project team leader, now in Brussels

    The Bali meeting was an extra-ordinary one with final decisions being made more than 24 hours after its scheduled ending. The last couple of hours of the meeting were a bit of a drama with countries ... Read more >

  • Looking back - Bali protests and actions world wide

    Blogpost by Andrew - 17 December, 2007 at 20:09

    Now that Bali's over, it's easy to forget all the hard work people around the world did to pressure governments to deliver. To be sure, letter writing, phone calls, lobby work, etc is all important. Everyone who contributed by sending messages in and... Read more >

  • US marginalized - but will it be enough?

    Blogpost by Daniel - 15 December, 2007 at 10:14 3 comments

    Posted by Arieta Moceica from Fiji at the Bali International Conference Centre

    It is now 5pm of Saturday 15th December. The UN Climate Change Conference was scheduled for 3-14 Dec. The conference is still in session! Why are we still sitting here in pl... Read more >

  • Australia and Canada give in to pressure!

    Blogpost by Daniel - 15 December, 2007 at 9:26 2 comments

    Posted by Australian Stephen Campbell at the Bali International Conference Centre

    It's been a tough two weeks pushing the new Australian government to finally accept some clear numbers for action on climate change. At the beggining of the week the Prim... Read more >

  • US isolated, "roadmap" adopted

    Blogpost by Daniel - 15 December, 2007 at 7:47 1 comment

    Posted by Daniel, political advisor at the Bali International Conference Centre

    Well, this was fun. After emotional speeches on the need to act - and to act now - against climate change by the likes of the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Paula Dobria... Read more >

  • Still here - will deal go through?

    Blogpost by Daniel - 15 December, 2007 at 2:01

    Posted by Daniel, political advisor at the Bali International Conference Centre

    So, we are still here. 9am and governments have just started to meet in plenary. There is a new text - and it is not what the science demands. It lacks clear targets, it la... Read more >

  • Good bye to the fossil lobbies ...

    Blogpost by Daniel - 14 December, 2007 at 14:56

    Posted by Daniel, political advisor at the Bali International Conference Centre

    We are still here at the Convention Centre; and it looks like we will be here all night. The mood is charged. People are nervous, tired, cranky. At midnight, ministers will... Read more >

  • EU tells US - no progress no point in Major Emitters Meet

    Blogpost by Jo Kuper - 14 December, 2007 at 7:50

    One thing I had thought about blogging before US attempts to turn the bali roap map into road kill, was how much fun listening to the EU press conference was yesterday. These are ministers; they don’t want to have public spats. In particular this is t... Read more >

  • When all the talking is done - we get to talk too!

    Blogpost by Daniel - 14 December, 2007 at 5:49

    Posted by Bustar Maitar at the Bali International Conference Centre

    bustar-maitar-during-greenpeac.jpg As the final deal is being hammered out among smaller and smaller groups of ministers, life in the plenary hall at the Convention Centre continues as normal. One speech follows anothe... Read more >

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