The problem is not that governments are not doing enough to fight global warming. It’s that governments, particularly the Harper administration, are actually in the way.
It has been more than a year since the Harper government cabinet was in a legal position to ratify the Canada-China investment treaty. Thank goodness that step has not yet been taken.
As I wrote my Friday blog Saturday morning from the Warsaw airport, it seems only right that my
I am writing this from the Warsaw airport in the wee hours of almost Saturday morning. I left the ADP interactive process after 3 AM when the co-chairs adjourned, sending the weary negotiator
Well, that’s not quite a fair question. Copenhagen, COP15, will, hopefully for all time, represent the low point in the effort to achieve meaningful action to avert disaster, but for in-betwe
I thought the working session I was in last night had run late – after midnight. But in turns out, that was an early COP evening.
Today was the official opening of the High-Level portion of the negotiations. My day started with a real thrill, meeting the U.N.
I started out early, memories of the appalling arrangements in Copenhagen left me not wanting to take any chances in a cold city.
I will be here, in Warsaw over the next seven days, for what is called the “High Level Segment” of the 19th Conference of the Parties under the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Okay, maybe this is not really the beginning of the end.
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