On Saturday, December 19, 2009, in Copenhagen, the vast majority of countries signaled their support for the Copenhagen Accord (pdf), a 12-paragraph framework hammered out by a group of world leaders in a marathon series of closed room sessions the day before. A handful of countries, including Bolivia, Cuba, Peru, and Venezuela, objected to formal adoption of the Accord, so the closing ...
Dec 19, 2009 · A US-led initiative called the Copenhagen Accord has formed the centre-piece of a deal at UN climate talks in Copenhagen, despite some countries' opposition. Below is an explanation of the main points in the agreement.
Dec 21, 2009 · The Copenhagen Accord's biggest breakthrough are the pledges that countries big and small are making to curtail their emissions. For the major developing economies, it means they have made first-ever commitments for greenhouse gas reductions that are subject to "international consultations and analysis."
At 10:35 am, COP Vice-President Philip Weech (Bahamas) proposed the COP adopt a decision that “takes note” of the Copenhagen Accord of the 18th of December of 2009. He then read out the decision text, indicating that the Accord would be attached to this decision and the names of parties that support the Accord would be listed in the chapeau ...
Dec 19, 2009 · Copenhagen, 7–18 December 2009. Agenda item 9 High-level segment Draft decision -ICP.15. Proposal by the President. Copenhagen Accord. The Heads of State, Heads of Government, Ministers, and other heads of delegation present at the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 in Copenhagen,
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