martes, 22 de enero de 2013

More about the Climat Change.

November 26 – December 7, 2012, Doha, Qatar is the venue for the 18th annual United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as the 18th Conference of the Parties — or COP 18. 

 Talking about the climate change, you can read the conclusion of the last COP, celebrated in Qatar.

'Predictably and sadly, the same issues complained about at previous annual meetings for the past decade continue to recycle themselves:
  • Lack of quality (if any) media coverage
  • West stalling on doing anything
  • Lack of funding
  • Disagreement on how to address it
  • etc.
As the past two decades have shown trying to get global agreement on tackling climate change seems to be futile. By comparison, more focused and limited interest of elites, however, are easier to push through, such as wars based on geopolitical threats (real and imaginary), or economic crises (where banks and other elites most responsible for the crises are bailed out by ordinary citizens).'
Read more about it here.
You can also see the summary  of  Durban COP17 , 2011, or  Copenhagen COP15, 2009 , but which is very interesting, from the point of view of sustainable development is this article Climate justice and equity.

Write your conclusions about the topic, and don't forget your proposals.

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