Copenhagen Climate Change Conference began on Monday 7 December 2009, a day to remember for the improvement of the climate or the fall of the political systems in the world as decision making circles, that endanger our lives daily.
My little bird leaked news to me that a strong demonstration will explode on Wednesday against the leaders of the world as the organizers of the coming demonstration believe that the governments made the crises of the nature and then make the people pay for it. Go for it world.
The UN Climate Change Conference started in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark under the framework convention on climate change today and attended by representatives of 192 nations, 400 delegates from COP15, and more than 500 media sources.
The 400 delegates from COP15 arrived from Brussels in CO2-neutral style last night to attend the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference. The gesture aimed towards a new more CO2-friendly transport policy, as Jean-Pierre Loubinoux, Director General of the International Union of Railways was quoted saying "The train is a symbol that railway can be the backbone of a new more CO2-friendly transport policy"!
UN Climate Chief Yvo de Boer called on Copenhagen to be "a turning point on the road to a safe climate future". he put four essentials before the conference to deal with:
1. How much are the industrialized countries willing to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases.
2. How much are major developing countries such as China and India willing to do to limit the growth of their emissions?
3. How is the help needed by developing countries to engage in producing their emissions and adapting to the impacts of climate change going to be financed?
4. How is that money going to be managed?
Many concerned environmental bodies ask who runs climate change. The question involves legislative boards as well as energy firms, industries and other businesses.
In addition, many activities are organized under the umbrella of the climate change summit in Copenhagen, among them is a green march on the coming Saturday 12 December from Christiansborg Slotsplads kl. 13:00.
More than a decade ago, many countries joined the international treaty of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to cooperate on what can be done to reduce global warming.
A number of nations approved an addition to the Kyoto Protocol, which concludes with powerful measures. The UNFCCC supports all institutions involved in the climate change process, particularly the COP, the subsidiary bodies and their offices.
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