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Center of Concern | Fri, Dec 16, 2011

Further Evaluations of the Durban Climate Change Conference



Following the conclusion of the UN Climate Change Conference of COP 17 & CMP 7 in Durban, South Africa, and as part of our Spotlight Durban series, Triple Crisis recommends the following analyses on the package of decisions adopted at Durban and what they mean for the Kyoto Protocol and the 2020 successor agreement.



Integral Ecology | Tue, Dec 13, 2011

The Youth Challenge


Dec 9th – A young woman from Canada, Anjali Appadurai, shook the UN Assembly with one of the most beautiful, impassioned speeches we've ever heard—and followed it with the first ever human "mic check" on the UN stage. Anjali spoke eloquently and powerfully for her generation. It's a voice we'll be doing all we can to back up in the months and years ahead.  Watch her speech here.


Center of Concern | Mon, Dec 12, 2011

Assessments of Durban Climate Change Conference

Three reports and evaluations of the Climate Change negotiations in Durban, South Africa writes: "There is a story of hope from Durban—it's the story of the youth and their allies who refused to remain silent... "  Read their report.

Martin Kohr comments: "In the end, Durban may be remembered for phasing out climate change frameworks based on equity ..."  Read his commentary Spotlight Durban.

CAFOD, the Catholic Overseas Development Agency: "Durban climate talks end with insulting deal for world's poorest people!"  Read the full analysis here.

Integral Ecology | Thu, Dec 8, 2011

"...the future of the planet is at stake!"

Addressing the Climate Change negotiators, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon asked, “Is this the future we want? A world out of control, climate change and a devastating scarcity of vital resources?”