Bonn Talks Conclude: "You Can't Negotiate with Science" (Daily Kos)

As the Bonn Climate Talks sputtered and choked past the finish line today, the general consensus was that immediate high level political intervention on the part of Northern developed countries is mandatory to the success of international climate negotiations tasked with cutting GHG emissions to less than 2 degrees by 2020.

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No Carbon markets without safeguards

No Carbon markets without safeguards

carbon markets 1 - Image by Adopt a Negotiator/Flickr at Bonn climate Negotiations, June 15, 2011 Creative Commons Copyright (CC BY-ND 2.0)

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