THE technology and experience needed to eradicate Africa’s energy poverty by 2030 was already available, United Nations (UN) Development Programme environment and energy group director Verlee Vanderweerd said yesterday.
“For developing countries in general and least developed countries in particular, we can't afford to support big delegations”, said Sumaya Zakieldeen from Sudan’s national climate change negotiation team. “The coming period of negotiation under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is going to be extremely ...important as it is going to shape the fate of climate change and accordingly the fate of the most vulnerable to adverse impacts... It will be exceptionally important to be there to play our assigned roles on behalf of our people and finish what we started.”
Durban should not be the burial ground for the Kyoto Protocol, says Kumi Naidoo, Executive Director of Greenpeace International, about his expectations from the 17th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change happening in his hometown...
UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres outlined four priorities for Durban, namely: the resolution of the political question of the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol; the definition of the rules for the review of the adequacy...
The seventeenth conference of the parties (COP 17) negotiations on climate change in Durban were viewed as key for making decisions on whether or not carbon capture and storage (CCS) would be accepted under the clean development mechanism (CDM).
The World Bank says the threats posed by global warming on the African continent and East Africa's famine should drive the agenda when international climate change talks come to the continent later this year.
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