Will Climate Talks Breath Life Into Kyoto Protocol?

The Kyoto Protocol is the only legally-binding agreement that ensures that developed nations cut their greenhouse gas emmissions, but will it survive?

  • Africa:  Africans in Bid to Save Kyoto

    Inter Press Service, 27 November 2012

    African negotiators attending the United Nations climate change talks in Doha, Qatar say they are determined to ensure that developed countries do not let the Kyoto Protocol die as ... read more »

Learners at a Durban primary school presented their messages to COP 17 delegates (file photo).

  • Africa:  UN Climate Change Talks Begin in Doha With Call to Build On Existing Agreements

    UN News Service, 27 November 2012

    Thousands of government representatives, international organizations and civil society members have gathered in the Qatari capital of Doha for the United Nations Climate Change ... read more »

  • Africa:  Africa Wants World Carbon Emissions Cut

    New Vision, 26 November 2012

    African Civil Society Organisations are calling on developed countries to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to keep Africa safe from the impact of ... read more »

  • Africa:  COP 18 Gets Underway in Doha As Kyoto Protocol Winds Down (opinion)

    The South African Civil Society Information Service, 28 November 2012

    The UN Climate Conference, COP 18, gets underway this week in Doha, as the Kyoto Protocol winds down and is set to expire by the end of this year. COP 18 is unlikely to emerge with ... read more »

  • Africa:  Ahead of Climate Talks, UN Report Warns Greenhouse Gas Emissions Still Increasing

    UN News Service, 22 November 2012

    As countries prepare to meet next week at a major United Nations meeting on climate change, the world body today released a new report which finds that the concentration of warming ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Kyoto Targets Remain a Mirage

    The Herald, 9 July 2012

    IF you are worried about the future of your children and that of your children's children and whether our planet earth will still be habitable in 100 years' time, you have every ... read more »

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