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Japan Wins 1st Place Fossil

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                     6 October 2011
Panamá City, Panamá

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David Turnbull
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First Place Fossil Goes to the USA, while Saudi Arabia Earns Its Second Second Place Fossil

Photo Credit: Adopt a Negotiator


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                     4 October 2011
Panamá City, Panamá

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David Turnbull
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Russia & Antigua and Barbuda Earn Fossils, Many Nations Receive Joint Ray

       
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                  17 June 2011
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Kyle Gracey
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A Slew of Fossils and Rays Awarded On Second to Last Day of Bonn Talks

       
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                  16 June 2011
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Kyle Gracey
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A Slew of Fossils and Rays Awarded On Second to Last Day of Bonn Talks

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Fossil of the Day Awards - Bonn - June 14, 2011: India Earns First place (and only) Fossil of the Day

       
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                  14 June 2011
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Kyle Gracey
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India Earns First place (and only) Fossil of the Day

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Saudi Arabia Take First Place, Qatar Earns Second

       
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                  13 June 2011
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Kyle Gracey
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Fossil of the Day Awards - Bonn - June 11, 2011

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE              11 June 2011
Bonn, Germany
 
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David Turnbull
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Japan wins first place fossil and the second place fossil goes to, Well, We Aren’t
Sure.
 
First Place Fossil is awarded to Japan. Today Japan reiterated their position of
supporting the inclusion of nuclear facilities to CDM. Today, June 11th, the three-
month anniversary since the tragic earthquake and the Fukushima nuclear disaster,

A fossil hat trick for Canada at the UN climate talks: if only the 'other' Canucks had such luck

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                       9 June 2011
Bonn, Germany

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Hannah McKinnon
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United States Awarded First Place Fossil of the Day, Papua New Guinea Receives Second Place Fossil

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                               8 June 2011

The first place Fossil of the Day Award goes to the United States of America. This fossil is awarded for opposing a discussion of sources of long-term finance in the LCA.  Secretary Clinton herself pledged to work with other countries to jointly mobilize $100 billion per year by 2020 for climate action in developing countries.  Meeting that commitment has to start with exploring options of innovative sources of public finance in the UNFCCC.  The US must be open to a process under the LCA to at least start the conversation.

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