Tagged: Copenhagen

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Erlasee Solar Park, Germany.

Progressive businesses must continue to speak up in support of a strong climate deal in Copenhagen or risk allowing their head-in-the-sand competitors to derail the talks, cautioned Oxfam today, ahead of high-level events on the private sector’s role in tackling climate change.

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The European Union is rumored to be preparing just a token handout for climate action in poor countries for the next three years, with no guarantee that this money is going to come on top of existing aid commitments.

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Oxfam “big heads”, impersonating Merkel, Sarkozy, Brown, Berlusconi and Zapatero, chopped up a big “0.7%” to fill a climate finance chest, portraying Europe’s attempt to raid overseas aid to pay for its climate debt, a major concern for developing countri

Proposals from Denmark, which is chairing the climate negotiations, and the emerging developing economies the content of a final deal in Copenhangen have emerged today

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When it comes to tackling climate change, there are good ideas and there are bad ones. It's now time for the good ones.

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The first day of the climate talks kick off in Copenhagen and Oxfam is there with guest host "Mr Green" to tell you all you need to know about what's happening both inside and outside the conference centre.

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Shorbanu Khatun, a mother of four from Bangladesh who lost her home when cyclone Aila hit in May 2009. Credit: Oxfam

$200bn could mean the difference between success and failure in Copenhagen, as the UN climate summit begins in the city today. The Summit marks the culmination of two years of international negotiations on a deal to prevent catastrophic climate change.

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Oxfam applauded today’s announcement that President Obama will attend the United Nations conference on climate change in Copenhagen at the same time as other world leaders.

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How will Africa fare

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Three facts why women are affected more severely by climate change.

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