Dec 292009
 

“The conference of the parties takes note of the Copenhagen Accord,” says a final decision.
“The text is still strongly debated, and it remains to be seen how many countries will sign on to the Copenhagen Accord”, COP15 President, Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke RasmussenBASIC: Deal breaker

The conference began on December 7 and ran through to December 18, 2009 plus one more half day in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was said that total 192 nations with 115 heads of government attended the conference. However, till dec 16 total 41170 participants including parties, observer and media were registered to enter the Bella Center.

No one can imagine how much progress has been made on text of AWG-LCA and AWG-KP, but every one wonder when the “’C’ Accord” suddenly came. Continue reading »

Dec 042009
 

Manjeet Dhakal 2:45 am Dec 2, 2009

Oh ! It’s very late today and tomorrow we are leaving for Copenhagen – “Ray of hope” for poor, climate victims and rest …. You and me.

I cannot make a justice on myself, about my participation. I cannot give explanation for those all emails and wishes sent to me on phone calls and from many professionals’ friends. Some time I feel that we are going for battle, climate battle, for which we were. sharpening our sword from long time back“. I know we first picked –up the weapons on August 12, 2008, the day we took oath to fight for poor, for justice and for common better future, the day we named our campaign as “Nepalese Youth for Climate Action – NYCA”. No need to mention how the First Nepalese Youth summit and ever first regional youth gathering on CC – SAYSoCC (South Asian Youth Summit on Climate change) has brought together national and regional youth voices in a common forum. Continue reading »

 Posted by on December 4, 2009 at 3:15 pm