DURBAN 2011: SUMMIT ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE

The next international climate summit will be in Durban, South Africa, in December 2011. Until that moment governments all over the world have homework to do for palliating the effects of climate change, especially trying to minimize the consequences of pollution and other facts on their countries.

On the last summit in Cancun 2010, Mexico, they decided to carry out with these questions for this new year:

1) The need to stop global warming as far as possible from the 2ºC and even check to fix this limit at 1.5°C if deemed necessary in light of recent scientific data.

2) Increase the emission reduction commitments submitted to date and align with scientific recommendations.

3) Establish an international climate account to manage the funds to be allocated to the international fight against climate change and explore innovative sources of financial support.

4) Establish a mechanism for reducing emissions from deforestation.

Certainly, all those projects are the base for the future of our planet; another thing is if they would make it or not, because words are words, but the most times it rest on only good meanings. They must change not only about climate change if not too about the general thought of people who thinks that those guys only are going to those summits for passing some days on holidays and to have fun.

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