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Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 32 n° 341

Experts from Greenpeace at the UN Climate Summit in Paris

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 27 novembre 2015

Paris-antenne-vue-eiffel-tourParis. This weekend, representatives and heads of government from around the world will gather in Paris to negotiate a binding, global climate agreement. It could be the most important and significant climate summit since Kyoto in 1997.COP21, as it is known, is taking place amid a transformation in the energy sector, where renewables are taking a larger and larger share of power generation. Whatever happens at the summit will not stop that transformation, but it could give renewable energy a decisive critical boost. Only the decarbonisation of the global economy, with the phase out of coal, oil and gas, can safeguard the homes and livelihoods of millions of people. If the world is to have a chance of keeping average temperature rises to below 1.5C, the Paris summit must set a long-term goal of 100 percent renewable energy for everyone by 2050. “The climate conference offers world leaders the chance to come together and express our shared humanity. It is an opportunity to demonstrate what we can achieve through cooperation,” said Martin Kaiser, head of international climate politics at Greenpeace. “They can decide if they want to speed up the rise of renewable energy or slow it down. They need to decide which side of history they are on, because they cannot stop forever an idea and technology whose time has come.” Greenpeace Experts are following the negotiations in Paris. You could reach for background talks and comments
· Kumi Naidoo Executive Director Greenpeace International
· Martin Kaiser Head of International Climate Politics
· Jean Francois Julliard Executive Director Greenpeace France
We also have experts from China, Russia, India, Brazil and the Middle East.

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