I (don’t) care
Poland is not the only problem. Every developed country is now going back on its past commitments
Warsaw Climate Talks Day 12: November 22
A developing country delegate received message that there has been no progress on long term finance.
Stop this madness
'In the middle of this football field, we must stop moving the goal posts,'says Philippines negotiator Yeb Sano as the country braves the Super …
Warsaw Climate Talks into Extra Time
Bolivia and Nararu representing AOSIS, supports Fiji and G77+China.
New ADP text circulated to countries. Negotiations to continue till late into the night
Talks under the Ad hoc Working Group on Durban Platform (ADP), tasked to negotiate the global climate deal in 2015, seem to be heading nowhere.
CSE organises unique 'Climate Talkies' poster exhibition in Warsaw alongside CoP19
Only exhibition of its kind during the present CoP. Looks at 20 years of climate change negotiations through a cinematic prism
Warsaw Climate Talks: Day 11, November 21
China reminds parties of equity being key at Durban and the mandate for a workshop on equity and equitable access to sustainable development
Drama over Loss and Damage
Australian and Norwegian negotiators block text, India wants an outcome.
One step forward, two steps back
Countries want to do little to keep global average temperature rise to below 2oC. The Warsaw climate talks have exposed this. A report by Uthra …
Loud and unclear
World gets a yellow card
The Warsaw climate talks serve a grim warning to the world that inaction will cost, writes Chandra Bhushan as he leaves Warsaw just before the …
Power games at UN climate talks
Climate talks unfolded amid high drama. Developing countries protested inaction by developed countries, civil society organisations walked out, …
UN climate talks: G77 and China stage walk-out over Loss and Damage
Developed countries want the matter be discussed only after 2015
NGOs to boycott climate talks
Civil society groups express unhappiness over developed countries and Poland blocking negotiations
UN climate talks end with no takeaways
Only a weak agreement on mechanism to fund ‘loss and damage’
Warsaw climate talks: Farm emissions kept out of COP 19
G77+China successfully counter move by EU to add agriculture as a source of emissions for purpose of accounting
Warsaw climate talks: activists shunted out for showing solidarity with typhoon-hit Philippines
Developed countries counter agendas of the EU and the US
Will Warsaw deliver on equity?
Negotiating parties in Warsaw have started working on the new climate deal that will be signed in Paris in 2015, and those who had found it …
UN climate talks: Money for Green Climate Fund to be raised from market
Finance agency goes ahead with decision in spite of demand from developing nations to keep private investments out
UN climate talks: little progress in first week
No consensus on Green Climate Fund, loss and damage arising from climate change impacts
Typhoon Haiyan casts gloom over climate change summit
Philippines' negotiator appeals to nations to break deadlock on climate talks; says he won't eat till a meaningful deal is clinched
UN climate talks: Brazil proposes discussions on historical responsibility for emissions
Will principle of equity find place in climate negotiations?
The end game: Will Warsaw be a repeat of Poznan?
Climate negotiations at Warsaw may give the world a financial mechanism to deal Loss and Damage, but it may be a non-starter like the Adaptation …
Warsaw climate talks begin
Decision on loss and damage and the role of finance for a new deal in 2015 are the key expectations from COP 19
2013 set to be one of 10 warmest years: global Met agency
Statement released at ongoing Warsaw climate talks says January to September months were warmer despite absence of El Nino or La Nina events