Earth Negotiations Bulletin
Earth Negotiations Bulletin is a balanced, timely and independent reporting service on United Nations environment and development negotiations. Our team provides daily coverage at selected environment and development negotiations, distributing digital and print summaries of critical talks. At the conclusion of each meeting, ENB publishes an in-depth summary and analysis of the meeting.
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IPCC Report Confirms India’s Advocacy for Equity & Climate Justice, says Govt
The deliberations that led to the IPCC's latest synthesis report highlighted profound disagreements between wealthy nations and developing countries like India about the resources needed to tackle the climate disaster and the developed world's involvement in provoking the emergency.
IPCC focuses attention on fossil fuel phase-down
The phase-down of fossil fuels is firmly in the spotlight, as ministers restart climate talks and the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its sixth synthesis report, warning of the effect that continued fossil fuel burning will have on global carbon budgets.
India pushes for equity at crucial climate meeting
The negotiations leading to the latest synthesis report of the IPCC revealed deep differences between wealthy nations and developing countries like India on funding needed to combat the climate crisis and the role of the developed world in precipitating the emergency.
Governments battle over carbon removal and renewables in IPCC report
Governments fought over how their favoured green technologies are described in the latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s scientists last week.
Nations fight to be called climate vulnerable in IPCC report
Government negotiators fought bitterly last week over which groups and regions are defined as particularly vulnerable to climate change in the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Key differences persist as IPCC meet stretches on
Government representatives from 195 countries strived to make progress in approving the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Synthesis report scheduled for release on Monday, with negotiations stretching into the weekend as nations remained divided on several key issues. According to the Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) of the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD), "significant work was still to be done" before the meeting ended at 2am on Friday.
Governance ambientale: dopo un anno di progressi, un 2023 tra timori e ottimismo (in Italian)
Non c’è più tempo, la comunità globale deve intensificare le attività di tutela ambientale per far fronte alle tante crisi che stanno emergendo con forza, come quella climatica e quella della biodiversità. Negli ultimi 12 mesi ci sono stati dei passi avanti, che danno speranza, ma anche dei rallentamenti che rischiano di compromettere la salute del Pianeta e delle persone che lo abitano.
Fresh negotiations on UN High Seas Treaty begin in New York. Here's what to expect
A new round of negotiations on the much-awaited United Nations High Seas Treaty for conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ) began in New York February 20, 2023.
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