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COP20 Lima talks starting today: what can UN climate change conference change?

Posted by daniela on 1 December 2014

 

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Governments of the world are meeting in Lima from today, first of December, in Peru as part of UN in order to agree on cutting emissions to tackle to issue of climate change. So far – after 20 years of UN climate change talks – the targets have not been met and the climate change has not slowed down. Moreover, as Jagoda Munic, a chairperson of the Friends of the Earth International, wrote: ‘Climate Politics is at Odds with Climate Science‘ Why?

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