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UN climate talks in Bonn: Progress towards a deal in 2014

The United Nations climate change body said it has made concrete progress towards a new universal agreement on climate change during its latest round of talks which wrapped up today in Germany. “This has been an important meeting because Governments are moving faster now from the stage of exploring options to designing and implementing solutions,” […]

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Warsaw, the New Global Emissions Postponement

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has said that, at its Eighteenth Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 18) held recently in Doha, Qatar, governments “took the next essential step in the global response to climate change.” The next “essential step” will be taken next year at COP 19 in […]

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Doha in Detail

Since journalists were deprived of big news, activists of any protests, and politicians of headaches, here is a summary of the COP 18’s decisions in Doha, Qatar. 1)     Amendment of the Kyoto Protocol The Kyoto Protocol, as the only existing and binding agreement under which developed countries commit to cutting greenhouse gases, has been amended […]

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Biomass and consequent biodiversity loss are the tricky issues for the Green Deal

In a meeting at the European Commission in Brussels with representatives of Climate Action Network Europe and 2Celsius, vice-president designate […]

People’s Climate Case: EU insists to prevent access to justice for families hit by the climate crisis

On 3 December, the European Parliament and the Council have submitted their responses on the appeal of the legal action challenging the […]

First step towards a Carpathian Macroregion

The governor of Podkarpackie Voivodeship, Władysław Ortyl, invited the European Commission in the plenary of the Committee of the Regions […]

Nature’s Dangerous Decline ‘Unprecedented’. Species Extinction Rates ‘Accelerating’

Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history — and the rate of species extinctions is accelerating, with […]

Pathological consumption and climate change in one photo

Initially I was in awe as my eye was moving over the picture’s pixels. Then it was fear. It looked […]

Mountain Dimension of Cooperation in Europe

  Rise in mean global temperature primarily affects plants and animals as they slowly “seek refuge” to higher altitudes. But […]