Dec 19, 2009 · COP 15: Copenhagen climate change conference 2009 Copenhagen: The last-ditch drama that saved the deal from collapse In the end it came down to frantic horse trading between exhausted politicians.
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark took place from 7-19 December 2009. It included the fifteenth Conference of the Parties (COP 15) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the fifth Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (COP/MOP 5).
Climate protesters in Copenhagen on the Global Day of Action on Climate, 6th December 2008. The United Nations Climate Talks in Copenhagen, in December 2009 (COP 15/MOP5) are the world’s last chance to secure an emissions reductions agreement that will replace the Kyoto Protocol before it …
The Copenhagen Climate Conference was a meeting of ministers and officials to develop a sequel to the Kyoto Protocol. The conference lasted for two weeks in December 2009 in the title city. The point is to devise an international strategy to combat climate change.
Oct 12, 2009 · Carbon Capture and Storage. CCS and climate legislation top priorities for Copenhagen, US Energy Secretary tells London gathering. WASHINGTON – US Energy Secretary Steven Chu told a London climate meeting yesterday that world leaders should work toward making the capture and storage of carbon dioxide from coal (CCS) affordable and widespread in eight to 10 years.
Copenhagen Climate Conference – Page 137 – The UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen in December 2009 will be aiming to reach agreement on measures to limit climate change. Blogactiv is a blog platform dedicated to European affairs developped by EurActiv