The Closing of the first commitment of the Kyoto Protocol has been marked today, December 6, 2012 in Doha, Qatar. While not all parties are happy with the text, the main thought process seemed to be that any kinks could be ironed out within the second commitment period and outlined at intercessionals. The Philippines saidContinue reading “The Show Must Go On: KP Comes to a Close”
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Every evening, I have a long hour and a half to two hour long bus ride back from the QNCC (conference center) and my hotel. In the event that I am not sitting next to anyone, or anyone who would like to talk, this is my go to song: “I got, got to get GetContinue reading “Byline? Skyline.”
Let the COP Begin!!!
Monday, November 26 marked the opening of the Conference of Parties 18 (COP18). My day started off bright and early with a meeting with Youth NGOs (YOUNGO) to discuss and share our ideas and what work we would like to get done at this COP. The official day of the COP started with the opening plenary.Continue reading “Let the COP Begin!!!”
Having never left the continental U.S. before, I can tell you that I am very nervous about finally taking that giant leap (or flight) out. I’m over the age of twenty, but just got my very first passport a few months ago. I’m getting ready to attend COP18, the United Nations Framework Convention on ClimateContinue reading “Doha Dreamin’”