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Panama Climate News Updates (October 2011)

USD 8.00 Publisher: TWN
ISBN: 978-967-5412-61-5
Year: 2011
No. of pages: 64
Size of book: 21cm x 29cm
About the Book

This is a collection of 18 News Updates prepared by the Third World Network for and during the recent United Nations Climate Change Talks – the third part of the 14th session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC AWG-LCA 14), and the third part of the 16th session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol (AWG-KP 16) – in Panama City, Panama from 1 to 7 October 2011. 


1. First Meeting of the Technology Executive Committee Ends with Compromise and Progress on Modalities and Procedures

2. Developing Countries Submit Document for Green Fund Establishment at Second Meeting of Transitional Committee

3. Third Meeting of Climate Fund's Design Committee Ends with Roadmap to Durban

4. UNFCCC Working Group to Focus on Developing Draft Texts for Decision

5. Kyoto Protocol under Threat but Developed Countries Insist on Continuity of Market Mechanisms

6. Continuity of Kyoto Protocol Key for Developed Country Mitigation

7. Developing Countries Stress Need for Different Treatment

8. Developing Countries Push for Decisions on Fast-start and Long-term Finance

9. Developing Countries' Proposal on Unilateral Trade Measures Draws Strong Opposition

10. Legal Form Should Not Re-write Climate Convention - Say Developing Countries

11. Developed Countries Blocking Progress on Key Issues

12. Statement by the Third World Network at the AWG-LCA Informal Group on Legal Options, 6 October 2011, Panama City

13. Disagreement over Linkage between Mitigation Ambition of Developed Countries and Developing Country Actions

14. Progress in Panama but Big Challenges Ahead in Durban

15. Developing Countries Forge New Alliance to Save Climate Regime

16. Strong Call for Decision on Funding for Forest-related Activities

17. Developed Countries Table Proposals on Finance After Initially Blocking Progress

18. Developing Countries Remain Firm on the Kyoto Protocol 

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