2012 Special Broadcasts / COP 18 on Climate Change

The 18th Conference of the Parties (COP 18) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will take place from November 26 to December 7 in Doha, Qatar’s capital city. There, world’s leaders will discuss the measures to address this crisis, one of the most serious crises facing humankind nowadays. So far, industrialized countries, historically responsible for climate change, have not paid their debt and have focused through the years in promoting "false solutions", and have tried to weaken the global multilateral framework that should address climate changes. Real World Radio will cover this COP 18 on Climate Change, updating regularly about the development of the negotiations and presenting the voices of social movements and organizations.

  • 17 December 2012 | | |

    Empty Shell

    Developed Countries to Blame For Failure of COP 18 on Climate Change

    For environmental federation Friends of the Earth International (FoEI) the blame for the failure of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change that took place in Doha, Qatar, lies squarely on developed countries, which are historically responsible for the climate crisis as a result of their dirty development since the mid 19th century. Read more

  • 13 December 2012 | | |

    Another Failure

    Outcomes of UN Climate Talks: Business As Usual

    Environmental federation Friends of the Earth International has strongly condemned the governments of industrialized countries for blocking action on the climate crisis at the failed UN climate summit in Qatar. Read more

  • 6 December 2012 | |

    Lack of Ambition at UN Climate Talks

    Civil Society Puts Pressure on World Leaders to Avoid New Failure at Climate Talks

    As scientists are increasingly warning about the catastrophic effects of a six-degree C temperature rise unless immediate action is taken to stop climate change, the world leaders who met in Doha, Qatar at the United Nations Climate Conference (COP 18) are showing very little ambition to tackle the climate crisis. Read more

  • 5 December 2012 | | |

    No Significant Progress

    COP 18: In the Path Towards Irreversible and Catastrophic Climate Change

    There is no sign of significant action from developed countries towards a commitment to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions or providing climate finance for the communities already suffering from the impacts of climate change, says environmental activist and Friends of the Earth International’s spokesperson, Asad Rehman, at the United Nations Climate Conference that is taking place in Doha, Qatar. Read more

  • 29 November 2012 | | |

    Same Issues, Different COP

    Report of FoEI Spokesperson from the COP 18 on Climate Change in Doha

    Thursday is the fourth day of official talks of the 18th Conference of the Parties (COP 18) to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change which is being held in Qatar’s capital, Doha. Read more

  • 26 November 2012 | | |

    Another Round

    Climate Change COP: interview with Friends of the Earth international coordinator

    “From the carnage wrought by Hurricane Sandy to the devastating flooding in Nigeria, the impacts of climate change are now evident for all to see, and alarmingly more frequent. Carbon dioxide levels have reached a record high, setting us on track for a terrifying 6 degrees of warming", said the international coordinator of the Climate Justice and Energy program of Friends of the Earth International (FoEI), Sarah-Jayne Clifton. Read more

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