[Bonn, Germany] An on-demand webcast is available featuring a briefing in Bonn hosted by Climate Action Network. Speakers preview the coming week of talks and summarise recent developments in the climate world.
The webcast is available for viewing on the UNFCCC website at:
Nina Jamal, IndyACT:
"If we are to achieve progress by Cancun then Parties should adopt the current legal text and start line by line negotiations this week."
Manuel Oliva, Conservation International
"Parties should not allow U.S. domestic politics to lower the overall level of ambition of an international agreement, which is guided by what the science requires."
Lutz Morgenstern, Germanwatch
“It illustrates the urgency and dimension of the problems that would occur if there is a gap between the first and second Kyoto Protocol commitment periods.”
What: On-demand webcast previewing the August Bonn climate talks.
Where: UNFCCC On-line Newsroom, see link above
When: On demand, originally webcast Monday, 14:30 CET, August 2, 2010
Climate Action Network (CAN) is a global network of over 500 non-governmental organizations working to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels. For more information: www.climatenetwork.org
Vanessa Bulkacz, CAN Europe Communications Manager:
+32 494 525 738, Vanessa@climnet.org
Larissa Neubauer, Germanwatch Press and PR Officer
+49 151 252 110 72, email@example.com