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Jun 12, 2011

The World Still Not Climate care

Chairman of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) states, climate negotiators are currently exploring constructive and creative solutions for the rich. So they kept trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as in the Kyoto Protocol.
Community observers worried about the Kyoto Protocol global climate that will soon expire in 2012. Agreement signed in 1997 and then it binds more than 40 countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the specific target.
Hope to reach agreement on climate issues, faded since the UNFCCC summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2009. While negotiators are gathering in Bonn, Germany to prepare for the next UNFCCC summit in Durban, South Africa (South Africa), November 28, 2011.
Once again, the Kyoto Protocol is in issue major. The whole world can be said to fail to find a solution to climate change. Developing countries want the protocol was extended with a new target. Developing economies requires industrialized countries also tied with the same commitment.
The three countries are subject to the mandate of the Kyoto Protocol, Japan, Canada and Russia have menyatakkan would memperbaru their commitment after the protocol expires. While America is one of the world's largest greenhouse gas emissions, never bound by the Kyoto Protocol.
Chairman of the UNFCCC Secretariat Christina Figueres said it was looking for ways to move beyond 'the box' rich-poor. Countries must be more constructive and creative. "There should be a healthy atmosphere, all must listen to each other," he said.
Most of the countries want to find a formula that also bind the United States (U.S.). But the U.S. delegation said it would follow any commitment on one condition. Ie, developing countries like China and India are also bound.
"The U.S. is committed to bind all major economies. We will not engage the commitment of developed countries only include blank or agreement to make it look no agreement, "said Chairman of the U.S. delegation to the UNFCCC Jonathan Pershing.
As if to add complicated burden of the UNFCCC, the first day, Wednesday (8 / 6), the conference is delayed for more than half a day because the delegates busy on their own instead. Some countries continue to insist on inserting the agenda and interests of each.
For example Saudi Arabia, which puzzled to find out if they can get compensation from the reduction in oil revenues. The U.S. delegation asked for verification of whether all countries have memenuji commitments.
The issue of America had a chance to stretch the relationship with China, nearly causing the UNFCCC summit last year in Cancun, Mexico, failed before the discussion begins. Pershing stated, Americans just want transprasi.
Especially on the Green Climate Fund which requires developed countries to pay U.S. $ 100 billion to developing countries, to help them run a climate change policy.And switching to low-carbon economy.
"We should have rules about the reporting and verification, which includes financial and transparency," he said.
Meanwhile, the world continues to push for the immediate take the deal. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said, carbon emissions last year reached record numbers. That is more than 30 gigatons or 5% more than the previous record in 2008.