The purpose of this guide is to assist developing country negotiators and others involved in the negotiations on REDD-plus. The guide is divided into three parts: Part I considers REDD-plus and related
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Move over boys and girls, the men are here: the future of climate negotiations and why India wants the Accord
<p>Somebody recently asked me why India supported the Copenhagen Accord. It is correct to say that the proposed accord has no meaningful targets for emission reduction from Annex 1 (industrialized countries). Global emissions will increase or reduce at best marginally. So it will be bad for the world’s efforts to combat climate change. We are victims of climate change.
The outcome at RIO+20 reinforces the consensus at Copenhagen to enable equitable access to sustainable development for all countries
<p class="rtejustify">The theme of the Rio + 20 Conference was "Green economy in the context of sustainable development and eradication of poverty" and it has not been possible to the find common
<p>Mr Todd Stern, the US special envoy on Climate Change, decided to make public certain things he just</p> <p><a href="http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=climate-todd-stern-copenhagen-developing-countries">realised</a></p>
<p><img alt="" src="http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/media/iep/homepage/sn_blog.jpg" style="width: 600px; height: 131px; float: left;" />I start this blog on climate politics as tropical superstorm