After the Katowice package was agreed at COP24 in Poland last year, countries met again in Bonn to progress with the still open ended topics prior to this year’s COP25 in Chile.
While the Chilean government was serving free wine to UN negotiators in Bonn, the Piñera government was back in Santiago fighting to keep a coal mine alive.
Pikachu’s are protesting at the Japanese embassy in Manila to draw attention to the Asian giant’s role in funding fossil fuel projects around the world.
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SB50Bonn Germany and Europe are preparing for a major heatwave that comes as one of the strongest ever, and also one of the earliest in the year.
With the EU unable to agree on achieving net zero carbon emissions last week, Finland offered a ray of hope just before it takes over the EU presidency next week.
Week 1 summary from SB50 in Bonn, Germany
Negotiators at the UN climate talks in Germany grill’d Australia’s climate inaction
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