The Next Year’s Challenge

“We have a big challenge in front of just a year and a half. And I think this is a unique opportunity to reach a global agreement on climate change. If we do not succeed, after all those multilateral channels to resolve the problem. ” He added that the industrialized economies are primarily responsible and have the economic capacity to act, so it should lead the process. On the other hand, argued that countries like Brazil, India, China, South Africa and Mexico should participate actively in the negotiations by its growing economic potential and levels of contamination. / wiki reports that the aim of the conference, organizers said is “the conclusion of a legally binding agreement on climate, valid worldwide, which applies from 2012.” At the top will meet the best environmental experts, ministers or heads of state and non-governmental organizations of the 192 member countries of the UNFCCC. This will be the last conference to prepare the post-Kyoto period. For the first time, the U.S.

will be present, President Obama announced. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Sen. Sherrod Brown. It should be noted that there has been criticism. This says that in October 2009 conservative commentators reacted critically to the draft treaty in Copenhagen. Lord Christopher Monckton, a British parliamentarian has said that the Copenhagen agreement seeks to create a world government under the auspices of the United Nations, which will have “the power of intervene directly in the financial, economic, fiscal and environmental issues of all nations that sign the treaty in Copenhagen. “warned that rich countries may be obliged by treaty to pay a” debt adjustment “to the nations developing and giving up their sovereignty. Known conservative journalists in Australia have accused the Australian government of intentionally hiding the details of the draft treaty in Copenhagen to the Australian public for its unpopularity among the electorate potential President of the United States Barak Obama attend the summit since China declared that the climate change summit in Copenhagen next should serve to establish an agreement with “immediate operational effect” regardless of whether the end it was agreed a binding legal agreement.

“Our goal (…) is not a partial agreement or a political statement but an agreement covering all issues in the negotiations and take effect immediately operational, “he said. Obama made the comments after meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Hu Jintao. The leaders of the two major countries in the level of emissions into the atmosphere have decided to take an action “significantly” to mitigate the effect of carbon dioxide in the air. Between both states for over 40 percent of these emissions. The Danish prime minister and host of the December summit, Lokke Lars Rasmussen held the position of Obama and expressed her hope that, although ultimately may not sign any treaty, the United States and all developed nations to commit to set limits on their emission rates and adequate funding to help poor countries cope with this problem. Andrew Light, an expert of the Center for American Progress, said U.S. authorities have recently increased their expectations of “targeted a number” on these restrictions in Copenhagen. United States could also be prepared to propose a plan of short-term financing for countries development can begin taking action now against climate change.


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