Dear Point Carbon News, just so you don’t get it wrong and blame R&F afterwards for placing facts in the rumour category and via versa: This is a Rumour! So buy the rumour and sell only after the fact is following.
It is being said that the ambassador of Russia in Quatar has not been treated that well in the past, most probably because of issues relating to oil and gas deliveries. Therefore it is . . . → Read More: Thin news from sunny Durban: Will Russians accept COP 18 in Quatar?
Climate change: Questions and Answers on the UN climate conference in Durban
1. Why another climate change conference?
Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 1 and the Kyoto Protocol 2 meet once a year at high level to discuss how to advance international action to combat climate change. South Africa is hosting this year’s conference from 28 November to 9 December in Durban. It will be the UNFCCC’s 17th ‘Conference of . . . → Read More: EU: Questions and Answers on the UN climate conference in Durban
Being at the SB Meetings again it has to be realized that it took the first half of the first week just to discuss the topics that are supposed to be discussed…very promissing for Durban indeed.
Looks like Ukraine will be suspened from the ITL due to Inventory problems.
Most discussions are utterly boring as usually. I would probably bet that there will be no Kyoto Protocol follow up anytime within the next 5 years, . . . → Read More: Bonn UNFCCC Meetings
Please do not expect me to speculate about the outcome of COP 16. Too many people stabbing in the dark already.
Here some stories for you:
Bolivia hates emissions trading and seems to be a big blocker. They don’t get the fossil of the day award because NGOs hate emission trading too.
When being asked how long some plenary shall continue on overtime Saudi Arabia stated that when his woman brakes something in the kitchen . . . → Read More: Rumour in Cancun