Negotiators aim to reinvigorate UN climate change talks Negotiators gathered for a new round of United Nations climate change talks here Friday, trying to reinvigorate talks after last year's Copenhagen conference failed to produce a binding agreement.
The talks were conducted as usual in two working groups -- the Ad-hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action (AWG-LCA) and the Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol (AWG-KP).
Richard Kinley, the deputy executive secreatry of the U.N. Frame ... 交渉担当者は会議の変更国連気候の収集のための新ラウンド交渉はここを金曜日コペンハーゲンの昨年後、しようとする活性化協。契約をバインドに失敗する生成します
World carbon dioxide emissions data by country: China speeds ahead of the rest World carbon emissions by country data is out. See how the US has gone down in CO2 production - and who has gone up• Get the dataWorld carbon dioxide emissions are one way of measuring a country's economic growth too.And the latest figures - published by the respected - show CO2 emissions from energy consumption - the vast majority of Carbon Dioxide produced.A reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions is not only the decided goal of environmentalists but also of pretty much every government in the world. Currently 191 countries have adopted the Kyoto protocol with the aim of collectively reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 63.9% of the 1990 levels by 2012.The map, above (you can get it as a PDF file here) is produced by Guardian graphic artists Mark McCormick and Paul Scruton. It shows a picture of a world where established economies have large - but declining - carbon emissions. While the new economic giant economies are growing rapidly. This newly-released data is from 2009 - the latest available.On pure emissions alone, the key points are:• China emits more CO2 than the US and Canada put together - up by 171% since the year 2000• The US has had declining CO2 for two years running - the first time this has happened, certainly since these records began• The UK is down one place to tenth on the list, 8% on the year. The country is now behind Iran, South Korea, Japan and Germany• India is now the world's third biggest emitter of CO2 - pushing Russia into fourth place• The biggest decrease from 2008-2009 is Ukraine - down 28%. The biggest increase is Chile - up 74%But that is only one way to look at the data - and it doesn't take account of how many people live in each country. If you look at per capita emissions, a different picture emerges where:• Some of the world 国のデータによる世界の炭素排出量は外出しています
Final accord reached at Cancun despite Bolivia's objection (2) The documents of the climate deal were approved at the plenary session after being considered first by an informal plenary session and then being passed to the two working groups regarding the Kyoto Protocol and longer commitment actions (LCAs), respectively.
At the start of Friday's session, Mexico, the host country, published a draft of the deal that includes detailed financing plans but no plans for binding emissions cuts.
Most nations, including some of those most vulnerabl ... 気候変動合意文書の、セッションプレナリーで非公式の最初に考慮された後、セッションが承認さで会議した後、それぞれ）コミットメントアクション（LCAの長い渡された2つの作業グループに関する京都議定書とされる
Climate talks hit bump as Lula expects no result World climate talks struck a sour note on their third day Wednesday as Japan was accused of weakening the campaign for a post-2012 treaty by retreating from the landmark Kyoto Protocol. 世界の気候変動交渉は、日本が画期的な京都議定書からの撤退により、2013年以降の条約のためのキャンペーンを弱めるの罪に問われたとして三日水曜日に不協和音を打った
How China's wind farms have blown a hole in emission cuts Hot news! Yesterday the World Bank reported that cuts to developing world greenhouse gas emissions funded by rich countries under the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism (or CDM) fell by half last year compared with 2008.