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Copenhagen Accord Weekly Roundup: Bonn Edition

Copenhagen Accord Weekly Roundup: Bonn Edition

June 4, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

In the last two weeks, Belize, Burundi, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Nigeria, and Timor-Leste have associated with the Copenhagen Accord. Tunisia, already associated, submitted actions. Venezuela has reiterated that it will not associate. See Who’s On Board With the Copenhagen Accord. Delegates are meeting in Bonn this week and next for a UNFCCC intersessional, spending much […]

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Copenhagen Accord Weekly Round Up (May 14)

Copenhagen Accord Weekly Round Up (May 14)

May 14, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

In the last two weeks, Togo has associated with the Copenhagen Accord. Media reports indicate that Tuvalu will not associate (see below) while Bolivia’s UN submission reaffirmed they also will not engage. See Who’s On Board With the Copenhagen Accord. German Chancellor Angela Merkel hosted the Petersburg Climate Dialogue earlier this month, urging environmental ministers from […]

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Copenhagen Accord Weekly Roundup: April 28

Copenhagen Accord Weekly Roundup: April 28

April 28, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

USCAN is tracking intel and developments surrounding the Copenhagen Accord. Here’s what has happened since our last update on April 14: In the last two weeks, Barbados, Mozambique, Uganda and Ukraine have associated with the Copenhagen Accord. San Marino, which had already associated, submitted actions. See Who’s On Board With the Copenhagen Accord. Current Copenhagen […]

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Copenhagen Accord: What’s Hot This Week

Copenhagen Accord: What’s Hot This Week

April 14, 2010 by · 3 Comments 

USCAN is tracking intel and developments surrounding the Copenhagen Accord. Here’s the very latest: Margaret Mukahanan-Sangarwe, the Chair of the Long-term Cooperative Action (LCA) negotiating track, was given leeway by delegates at the Bonn talks last weekend to prep text ahead of the June intercessional “under her own responsibility.” While there had been debate about […]

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US: Copenhagen Accord Not A ‘Casual Agreement,’ Cuts Detractors’ Funding

US: Copenhagen Accord Not A ‘Casual Agreement,’ Cuts Detractors’ Funding

April 9, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

On the first day of the UN climate negotiations in Bonn — also the first day of climate talks since Copenhagen — the United States firmly stood by the Copenhagen Accord. During the opening plenary, the American delegation said the Copenhagen Accord should be the basis of negotiations going forward. In effect, they said, the […]

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The Future: Where Does the Copenhagen Accord Fit In?

The Future: Where Does the Copenhagen Accord Fit In?

April 8, 2010 by · 9 Comments 

The UNFCCC intercessional that starts tomorrow in Bonn will be the first gathering of negotiators since the Copenhagen climate summit in December. Though it is a procedural meeting, the two-day session has the important task of deciding meetings, priorities, and dates for the 2010 global climate negotiations calendar. Another of the primary points of interest that […]

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Climate Conference Embraces Copenhagen Accord

Climate Conference Embraces Copenhagen Accord

December 19, 2009 by · 4 Comments 

By Keith Schneider US Climate Action Network COPENHAGEN — Seven countries, led by the tiny Pacific island nation of Tuvalu, this morning declined to accept the Copenhagen Accord that was reached late last night. But in a procedural move designed to put the agreement into effect, the conference decided to “take note” of the accord instead […]

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