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COP15 Climate Talks in Disarray – Again

It is no 4:30 in the afternoon in Copenhagen. Truth be told, I was out on a press trip most of today with three other journalists visiting some of Denmark’s leading companies and research organizations involved in various facets of biomass, co-generation technology, and renewable energy. It is good to get away from the madness of the Bella Center and see what is being …

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50 African Nations Boycott Climate Talks in Barcelona-Demand Stronger Emissions Targets from Developed Nations

In an ominous sign of the likelihood of a comprehensive climate agreement being reached when world leaders meet next month for the COP15 climate summit in Copenhagen, leaders of about fifty African nations boycotted climate talks in Barcelona, Spain on Tuesday, leading to a one-day suspension of the November 2-6 negotiating session.  The African leaders staged the boycott to protest what they see as …

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