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19.12.2009

Copenhagen Accord on Climate Change

Copenhagen Deal: Key PointsSculpture of a globe in Copenhagen, Denmark

World Media React on Climate Deal

Copenhagen Deal: Reaction in quote

Copenhagen climate deal meet qualified UN welcome

Meaningful deal reached at Copenhagen Climate Summit 

Graphic of global warming projection (Image: BBC)

 

President Obama warns leaders over climate summit deal

Draft Climate accord seems inadequate: Political agreements falls short of expected emission cut and assistance for adaptation; world leaders busy in last-minute talks before signing today

US, China offer no new emission cuts: India seeks more climate talks in 2010

Key climate document leaked

President Obama said it was time to act. And if we are to act, then I have to ask you – starting from now, please fulfil the Kyoto Protocol
Evo Morales, President of Bolivia

Climate funds start to take shape at UN talks

Emission cut pleadges fall away short

Climate change impacts on biodiversity of Sundarbans

Can Copenhagen deliver `hope’ for Bangladesh

Climate Change and Sea-Level Rise in Pacific Islands

It is now evident that beating global warming will require a radically different model of politics than the one in Copenhagen
John Sauven, Greenpeace UK

18.12.2009

Khulna under grave risk: Climate report sees it among 15 most threaten cities

Khaleda wants 25 pc more carbon cut: She slates govt’s lobbying for `handouts’ at Copenhagen

New climate deal may have to wait: Developed and developing nations fail to burry differences

World Leaders pledge support: Hasina urges them to give priority to mankind

Poor cannot be secrified to climate pact: Indian PM

17.12.2009

COPENHAGEN LATEST (From BBC)

  • Australia’s Kevin Rudd, Indonesia’s Susilo Yudhoyono, France’s Nicolas Sarkozy and Germany’s Angela Merkel among world leaders due to address the conference on Thursday
  • Japan offers $5bn a year to poor nations if a deal is reached
  • Australia, France, Japan, Norway, the UK and US collectively commit $3.5bn over three years to combating deforestation
  • Ethiopia, on behalf of African Union, endorses the G8 and EU target for maximum temperature rise of 2C
Updated: 04:59 GMT, 17 December

New Climate deal may have to wait (LATEST) 

Poor must get full costs of adaptation: Hasina demands at Climate Summit; urges rich nations to rise above pretty interests

No headway in carbon cut: Climate summit chiefs resigns amid protests

Hasina seeks consensus on emission cut: Meeting with Brown

Climate change a `ticking time of bomb’ for food: UN experts say

16.12.2009

Copenhagen police battle climate protesters

Obama phones Hasina, says US to Stand by Bangladesh

No climate deal yet insight: Negotiators struggle to close up gaps, Hasina arrives

4 Leaders assess climate talks progress

Seal a deal to change history: UN cheif urges nations

Climate Change: Realise compensation from rich states

15.12.2009

Climate talks resume: Developing countries return for informal consultations on procedural issues

Hasina off to Copenhagen

Bangladesh, UK parliamentary group presents inquary report

`Acidifying occeans’ threaten food supply, warns UK

Reduce carbon emmission : Speakers urges developed nations

EU seeks twin-track push for climate deal

14.12.2009

WB pledges help in battle of climate

Photo Exebition on Climate Change: Effective utilisation of climate funds

Gayoom calls on Hasina: Consequences of climate change discussed

Introduce early warning system for tornado

Brown updates Hasina on Adaptatin Fund

13.12.2009

Climate Adapation techniques: Using Indigenious knowledge and experiences sharing needed

Brick kilns going green: Operator eye benefit from carbon trading

Call for Legal Framework to save climate refuzees: Copenhagen Cliamte Conference

Climate Change: Compensation for affected state demanded

Human Chain on Sea Beach

12.12.2009

Climate Change Aid: Poor nations to get 7.2 billions euros from EU

Bangladesh showcases adaptation experiences

Rich nations must give compensation: Says Motia on Climate Change Impacts

Address climate change issue as national crisis: EU envoys urges political leaders

Bangladesh needs $4.2 billions to save coastal people

Climate change threathen human security: FM

Catastrophic impact of Climate Change on health

11.12.2009

Climate Fund: LDCs kept in wait

Soros: Finance gap could wreck climate talks

10.12.2009

Dhaka demands new framework to benefit LDCs: Small islanders stage protest on climate change

Denish text leak sparks debate over talks success

Hasina asks developed nations to cut emission

09.12.2009

Bangladesh worst climate-hit: Global Climate Risk Index shows around 8,241 killed annually in last decade

Adaptation Fund: LDCs not happy with progress

Bangaldesh to demand 15pc of Adaptation Fund: Hasan

08.12.2009

Act Now or Lose: World Leaders urges as UN Climate Summit opens in Copenhagen

Bangladesh points at Bali Mandate

Rally behind Bangladesh

Think beyound Copenhagen

PM for raising capacity to fight fall out

EU to offer poor countries billions for climate change

People Worldwide want action on climate change

07.12.2009

An SOS from Newspaper: Today 56 newspapers in 44 countries take the unprecedented step of speaking with one voice through a common editorial

Climate bell tolls – Livlihood changes with weather

Copenhagen talks open today

Rising sea to cost Bangladesh dear

MPs raise their voice on climate change

All eyes on Copenhagen : The world looks expentantly a deal

CO2 unleashes more warming than thoughts

Melting Himalyan glaciers threathen 1.3 billions Asians

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One Comment

  1. ডেনমার্কের কোপেনহেগেনে বিশ্ব জলবায়ু সম্মেলন এর শেষ দিন, একটি ধোঁকাবাজী সম্মেলনের প্রশ্ন একে দিল- আর এই ধোঁকাবাজী সম্মেলনের জলবায়ু বাণিজ্যের যে বাস্তবতা আমাদের সামনে এসে দাড়িয়েছে, তা কি করে জেনে বুঝে মেনে নেয়া যায়!অবশ্যই এ জন্য সমসাময়িক প্রতিবাদের প্রকাশিত চরিত্রটাকে পাল্টে দিয়ে- অধিকার প্রতিষ্ঠায় চাই সংঘবদ্ধতা এবং সংঘবদ্ধ প্রতিজ্ঞা।

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