Climate Change; COP 18 (Doha); Climate Equity; Climate Agreements; Kyoto Protocol; Green House Gases; Extreme Weather Events; Climate Impacts; United States Of America (US); Sunita Narain; Down to Earth | Centre for Science and Environment

Climate Change; COP 18 (Doha); Climate Equity; Climate Agreements; Kyoto Protocol; Green House Gases; Extreme Weather Events; Climate Impacts; United States Of America (US); Sunita Narain; Down to Earth


Doha: inaction in the face of urgency

The Doha climate conference stretched beyond deadline but ended in what can best be described a nail-biting finish. This was the 18th conference of parties (COP) to the climate convention, which meets once a year to push for action to cut greenhouse gas emissions, which are so intertwined with economic growth that the world has been haggling for the past 20 years over who will reduce and how much. The fact is that during these 20 years the science of climate change has become more certain. The world is beginning to witness what the future will look like.

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