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Published: Friday 13 September, 2013

isabel marant basket isabel marant basket ´╗┐Developing nations walk out of climate talks

Sources at the marathon talks said Africa led a fivehour boycott of working groups, with the backing of the Group of 77 developing nations, and only returned after securing guarantees that the summit would not sideline talks about the future of the Kyoto Protocol.

The Kyoto Protocol ties rich countries but not developing countries that have ratified it to legally binding emissions curbs.

Yet it does not include the US, which says the Protocol is unfair as the binding targets do isabel marant basket not apply to developing giants that are already huge emitters of greenhouse gases.

Algeria, speaking at a press briefing on behalf of the 53member African Union, demanded that there should be a special plenary session devoted to Kyoto.

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Otherwise we are going to lose everything, Algerias chief negotiator Kemal Djemouia said.

Asked about the state of negotiations, Nigerias pointman rang the alarm bell.

It is climate code red right now, we are in code red right now, we stand at the crossroads of either hope for Africa or hope dashed in Hopenhagen, Victor Ayodeji Fodeke said.

He said that climate change was already triggering widespread migration in Africa, further increasing the competition for precious resources.

Look at the situation in Africa, he said.

The Millennium Development Goals will be a mirage, poverty will be further exacerbated. Right now you have climate refugees . Look at the droughts in east Africa. Clim isabel marant basket ate change is a reality in Africa.

The Nigerian negotiator said that Africa had the support of emerging giants China and India in insisting that Kyoto does not get ignored.

They are certainly behind us, they are with us that Kyoto must not die.

Yvo de Boer, the UNs climate chief, said there was widespread sympathy for Africas concerns.

I think this is not just an African concern, he said.

The vast majority of countries here want to see an extension of Kyoto.

Scientists say African countries will be in the frontline of climate change this century.

Activist groups said they fully backed the Africans stance, arguing that a voluntarist, nonbinding approach would deprive the poor of their sole international safety net.

Africa has pulled the emergency cord to avoid a train crash at the end of the week, said Jeremy Hobbs, executive director of Oxfam International.

Poor countries want to see an isabel marant basket outcome which guarantees sharp emissions reductions yet rich countries are trying to delay discussions on the only mechanism we have to deliver this the Kyoto Protocol.

This is not about blocking the talks, it is about whether rich countries are ready to guarantee action on climate change and the survival of people in Africa and across the world, Mr Hobbs added.

Frederick van Dorestien of Wellington, NZ Posted at 11:08 AM December 15, 2009

The Electorate is wakening to the fact that the UN was seeking a mandate from the Rudd Government to strengthen its Copenhagen planning to legally tax rich nations. Both to fund the UN and to pay for the cleanup of the third world. It is questionable whether countries like Australia and New Zealand are rich nations? The NZ Government borrows $250 million weekly to fund its services and the Rudd Government is some $300 billion in debt? But one thing is for sure and that is the growing realisation by the voter that the Copenhagen deal was to be cut prior to the Electorate finding out the truth about legally transferring continual slices of our GDP to fund the UN. The labour government will pay dearly for this at the next election as Turnbull did! isabel marant basket