Sun, May 19 2013
On December 18 2009, the final day of the UN climate change summit in Copenhagen, leaders were pursuing a deal that would make the conference meaningful.
Urging from several quarters to ‘seal a deal’ may not be enough to satisfy ambitions for a comprehensive, far-reaching agreement.
Pep talks from senior leaders as Copenhagen climate change conference is seen as in the balance between success and failure.
Bulgarian PM Boiko Borissov told the European Council that his country would put money into a proposed six billion euro fund for developing countries only if EU funds for Bulgaria were unblocked.
‘We cannot negotiate with nature,’ Jose Barroso has said. The Copenhagen climate change conference may be proof that major players cannot negotiate with each other either
The nine Eastern European member states of the EU agree on compromise ahead of the Copenhagen talks on climate change.
The embassy outlines its 'continuous efforts'to promote a low carbon, high growth global economy.
Ambassador Steve Williams said: "The map shows that a rise in temperature of four degrees would have a dramatic effect on our world. It underlines the vital importance of securing a global agreement at the Copenhagen summit in December."
Extinction need not be forever, at least in the case of the European bison. Efforts to reintroduce endangered animal flourish in north Bohemia.
'The Golden Pearl resort is just one example of how the entire Black Sea coast in Bulgaria has suffered because of huge pressure from developers,' said Kavrakova.
Three power distribution companies along with power grid operator ESO will be required to draft, by July 10 2012, 10-year plans for the connection of all renewable energy projects to the grid.
Those surveyed said measures to ensure the stability of water quality should be implemented, with special attention to the impact of industry, agriculture, overuse of water and droughts and floods.
The solar storm is the largest in five years.