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Global Greens Media Conference at COP20

Watch the Greens leaders' media conferenceheld in Lima on Wednesday 10 December. Plus a big thankyou to everyone who donated to send Global Greens Executive Secretary Veronica Juzgado to Lima.
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Green Party Korea’s statement on the 20th meeting of parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP 20)

  • The principle that life matters more than money should prevail in the UNFCCC COP 20 in Peru!
  • Life is more essential! Let us pay for the cost of carbon emission reduction!
  • We call for South Korea’s Park administration to abandon its plan to increase nuclear power and kick off an effort to cut back carbon emission on a full scale.
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LIMA - GG Secretary's first week at the COP20

We are already on the 5th day of the Summit. Until now only technical decisions have been taken, like the election of the COP20 President (Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, Peru’s Environment Minister), the adoption of the agenda and the acceptance of observer organizations.

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Global Greens Statement: Greens call for ambitious, fair, legally binding climate agreement

The 20th meeting of parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP20) in Lima, Peru, has to demonstrate that governments have the will to reach an ambitious, fair and legally binding agreement in Paris in December 2015, according to the Global Greens.
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Green Program at COP20 Lima

 

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EGP Climate Campaign News: One Year before COP21 - Let's move!

It’s one year before the COP21 Climate Summit in Paris. It’s high time to step up our efforts to reinvigorate our fight against climate change. As decided at the EGP Council in Istanbul, we’ll run a green climate campaign in 2015 together with our Member Parties and partners on the European and global level. This week – one year before Paris 2015 – we‘ll warm up with an online campaign on green cities.

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UN climate talks and the EU's role

UN climate talks (COP20 in Lima) - Plenary debate - vote Wednesday 26th November 2014

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The Green Climate Fund is not a charity but an investment in our shared future

Supporting developing countries, through the GCF, to help reduce their emissions is an essential step in international efforts to tackle climate change
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Economic Challenges of Climate Change Adaptation in South Asia

By: Kalpana Ambepitiya, Sri Lanka

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CHINA AND UNITED STATES START THE CLOCK FOR UPPING AMBITION ON THE ROAD TO PARIS

Today US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping have made joint announcements about commitments they make to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to cooperate in climate technologies.

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