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Nick Buxton, TNI, may 2010

In the aftermath of the dismal outcomes of the Copenhagen climate summit, US chief climate envoy Jonathan Pershing was quick to blame the failure on the UN’s inclusive approach and proposed that some future meetings should be restricted to major countries. “[It is] impossible to imagine a negotiation of enormous complexity where you have a table of 192 countries involved in all the detail,” Pershing argued, adding that “We are not really worried about what Haiti says it is going to do about greenhouse gas emissions.” For the US, apparently, too much democracy and inclusion is a bad thing.

Bolivia, which along with 160 countries, had been excluded from last-minute talks on the Copenhagen Accord took the opposite approach at the recent World Peoples’ Conference on Climate Change and Rights of Mother Earth held in Cochabamba, 19-22 April 2010. (mais…)

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Edgardo Lander, TNI, mayo 2010

Tras la Cumbre sobre el clima que tuvo lugar el pasado abril en Bolivia, los gobiernos podrán transmitir la agenda de los movimientos sociales y de los pueblos más amenazados del mundo en el marco de la siguiente conferencia oficial sobre el clima en México

El resultado final de la Cumbre de Cochabamba fue bueno. Por un lado, el gran número de personas que participaron en ella, ya que asistieron unas 33 000 personas, más del doble de lo que esperaban los organizadores, y de éstas, alrededor de 10 000 se desplazaron desde el extranjero hasta Bolivia. (mais…)

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