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The expectations of the latest round of global climate talks (26 November – 7 December, Doha, Qatar) were low, but governments failed to meet them nevertheless. The conference gave us no progress today, but a slightly better chance of steps forward tomorrow.
CIDSE Highlights No.9, November-December 2012
CIDSE's Emilie Johann talks to RTCC about climate finance in at the Doha climate conference.
The absence of new carbon cuts and petty cash for climate action at the U.N. talks leads the world towards catastrophic climate change.(French version below)
On Human Rights Day, CIDSE reminds world leaders why the Right to Food and climate justice go hand in hand on the pathway to sustainable development
Scotland's ambitious climate policies should serve as inspiration for other countries to step up their efforts, CIDSE tells Scottish Minister Wheelhouse in Doha.
Sarah Fayolle sur pourquoi il faut garder la foi dans les négociations internationales sur le climat.
A Doha, Colette Benoudji nous dit pourquoi il faut garder la foi dans les négociations internationales sur le climat.
When Ministers reached Doha at the start of week two almost no progress had been made on any of the crucial issues at the climate talks. A few days later, the finish line is now fast approaching. Let's have a look at where we are. (FR version below)