Copenhagen

The Real Story on Climate Finance

By Larry J. Schweiger As we await word here in Copenhagen about a possible climate deal, Eric Haxthausen with The Nature Conservancy highlights in his National Journal blog “The Real …

Obama to Copenhagen: Ladies and Gentlemen, There is No Time to Waste

By Larry J. Schweiger Here is the Full Transcript of President Obama’s remarks to Copenhagen climate talks as he delivered them today. Remarks by the President at the Morning Plenary …

Clinton Announcement “Sets Up an Important Moment for the World”

Big news from the international climate treaty talks in Copenhagen, Denmark. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced the United States will contribute to a $100 billion fund to help …

First Sunny Day In Copenhagen

By: Larry J. Schweiger Here in Copenhagen the sun is shining for the first time in over a week. Inside the Bella Center, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a …

Saving Forests and Reducing Global Warming Pollution

By:  Larry J. Schweiger Carbon released into the atmosphere when trees are cut down contributes about the same amount of global warming pollution as the world’s entire transportation sector. Which …

COP15 Update: The Answer is in the Forest

With deforestation responsible for roughly 15 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, we have an opportunity to bridge a significant gap between what science tells us is necessary to avoid catastrophic climate change and the amount of reductions nations like the U.S. are willing to put on the table.

To President Obama – Lead Us to a Clean Energy Future

By Larry J. Schweiger Download Pres Obama Letter Dec 16 final National Wildlife Federation and other environmental, business, and faith organizations representing millions are asking President Obama to lead the …

Groups to Obama: Invest in a Sustainable Future

Just in from Copenhagen — a letter from a coalition of conservation organizations to President Obama.

COP15 Update: Limited Access, Tenuous Talks

Major disagreements remain between rich and poor nations regarding how to pay for what is sure to be an expensive climate treaty.

Undemocratic Curtailing of Access to Climate Talks

Download CEO_UNFCCC_Civil_Society_letter_final_12-16-09[1] By Larry J. Schweiger Access for nongovernmental organizations to the climate talks in the Bella Center in Copenhagen continues to be severely limited.  In response to this undemocratic …

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