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    As UN climate negotiations resume in Bonn, we look at why the crunch Paris climate conference from 30 November to 11 December is so important

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    French foreign minister Laurent Fabius talks to delegates during the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Bonn, Germany. Photograph: Martin Meissner/AP

    서귀포출장안마▣예약⇣서귀포휘성 안마방(서귀포출장샵안내)✦【서귀포안마방 전화기록】╬ 서귀포창동역 마사지⇥서귀포트랜스젠더 안마방ユ서귀포텀블러 마사지┩서귀포사우나 마사지┲서귀포안마도

    The governments of more than 190 nations 안양일본에서 한국녀섭외 마사지 , aimed at reducing global greenhouse gas emissions and thus avoiding the threat of dangerous climate change.

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    Current commitments on greenhouse gas emissions run out in 2020, so at Paris governments are expected to produce an agreement on what happens for the decade after that at least, and potentially beyond.

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    Scientists have warned that if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, we will pass the threshold beyond which global warming becomes catastrophic and irreversible. That threshold is estimated as a temperature rise of 2C above pre-industrial levels, and on current emissions trajectories 원주출장안마 . That may not sound like much, but the temperature difference between today’s world and the last ice age was about 5C, so seemingly small changes in temperature can mean big differences for the Earth.

    서귀포출장안마◥출장부르는법]서귀포휘성 안마방(서귀포대구 모텔 가격)ξ【서귀포마사지 핸플】┢서귀포일본 성인 마사지⇐서귀포진주시 안마방◊서귀포일본인 안마방♙서귀포전립선 마사지 썰セ서귀포안마방 신림

    They have: global negotiations on climate change have been carrying on for more than 20 years. The history of climate change goes back much further: in the 19th century, physicists theorised about the role of greenhouse gases, chiefly carbon dioxide, in the atmosphere, and several suggested that the warming effect would increase alongside the levels of these gases in the atmosphere. But this was all theoretical.

    Only in the past few decades have scientists begun the measurements necessary to establish a relationship between current carbon levels and temperatures, and the science conducted since then 이천대전 유성 안마방 : that rising greenhouse gas emissions, arising from our use of fossil fuels and our industries, lead to higher temperatures.

    서귀포출장안마◄예약▶서귀포휘성 안마방(서귀포베트남 마사지 가격)┄【서귀포대딸】↽서귀포타이마사지 섹스↔서귀포창동 안마방✖서귀포안마방 사진⇣서귀포50대 안마방↘서귀포포항 양덕 마사지

    No. Global temperatures have been on a clear upward path. There was a spike in 1998, after which temperatures were lower – 서울출장샵 – that led some climate sceptics to claim that the world was cooling.

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  • But it is important to note that temperatures have not fallen, or stalled – they have continued to rise. Given the variations that characterise our weather systems, a period in which the rate of warming slowed is not unexpected.

    For the past two years, the rate of warming seems to have accelerated again , but little can be construed from that.

    서귀포출장안마φ예약“서귀포휘성 안마방(서귀포소라넷 이벤트)╔【서귀포신천 모텔 추천】エ서귀포안마방 조루メ서귀포마사지 효능⇚서귀포pornhub 안마방♂서귀포새로운 안마방 아가씨 토렌트▪서귀포스킨쉽 마사지

    In 1992, governments met in Rio de Janeiro and 충청북도오피걸 . That agreement, still in force, bound governments to take action to avoid dangerous climate change, but did not specify what actions. Over the following five years, governments wrangled over what each should do, and what should be the role of developed countries versus poorer nations.

    Those years of argument produced, in 1997, 제주출장안마 . That pact required worldwide cuts in emissions of about 5%, compared with 1990 levels, by 2012, and each developed country was allotted a target on emissions reductions. But developing countries, including China, South Korea, Mexico and other rapidly emerging economies, were given no targets and allowed to increase their emissions at will.

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    People sign the Earth pledge made at the the UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in June 1992. Photograph: UN Photo

    Al Gore, then US vice-president, signed up to the protocol, but it was quickly apparent that it would never be ratified by the US Congress. Legally, the protocol could not come into force until countries representing 55% of global emissions had ratified it. With the US – then the world’s biggest emitter – on the outside, that was not going to happen.

    So for most of the following decade, the Kyoto protocol remained in abeyance and global climate change negotiations ground to a near-halt. But in late 2004, 광주출장샵 – unexpectedly, and as part of a move to have its application for World Trade Organisation membership accepted by the European Union. That made up the weight needed, and the protocol finally came into force.

    서귀포출장안마╧출장부르는법⚘서귀포휘성 안마방(서귀포콜걸 후기)▨【서귀포역삼 안마방】►서귀포검단사거리 안마방コ서귀포모유수유 마사지☼서귀포신천 모텔 가격➹서귀포처음 안마방∷서귀포코타키나발루 마사지

    Not quite. The US, under George W Bush, remained firmly outside Kyoto, so although the UN negotiations carried on year after year, the US negotiators were often in different rooms from the rest of the world. It was clear a new approach was needed that could bring the US in, and encourage the major developing economies – especially China, now the world’s biggest emitter – to take on limits to their emissions.

    What followed was, 청주천안 마사지 ㅁㅁㄹ an action plan that set the world on the course to a new agreement that would take over from Kyoto.

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    It did take a long time. But getting agreement from 196 countries was never going to be easy. The next act of this long-running drama fully demonstrated that: the 광주출장안마 .

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    US president Barack Obama along with European leaders including German chancellor Angela Merkel, centre, attend negotiations on the final night of the Copenhagen UN Climate Change summit in Denmark on 18 December 2009. Photograph: Pool/Getty Images

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    Everything but the treaty. All of the world’s developed countries and the biggest developing countries agreed – for the first time – to limits on their greenhouse gas emissions. This was a landmark, as it meant the world’s biggest emitters were united towards a single goal.

    The emissions reductions agreed on were still not enough to meet scientific advice, but they were a big advance on reducing emissions compared with “business as usual”.

    But what didn’t happen turned out to be the point that NGOs and many in the press seized on. 바카라사이트 .

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    It depends on your viewpoint. The Kyoto protocol was a beautifully written, watertight, fully legally binding international treaty, a sub-treaty of the similarly binding UNFCCC. But it never met its objectives, because it wasn’t ratified by the US, and not by Russia until it was too late. And 서울출장안마 .

    The Copenhagen agreement, on the other hand, was not fully adopted by the UN in 2009 because of last-minute chaos at the conference, though it was ratified the following year 양양안산 고잔동 마사지 . For this reason, the Copenhagen agreement was derided as a failure by green groups.

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    But the targets agreed at Copenhagen, in the form of a document signed by world leaders, still stand.

    Representatives of governments from more than 190 nations will try to reach an agreement on carbon emissions at the COP 21 Paris climate talks in December. Photograph: COP21

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    We know already what the biggest emitters have committed to. The 삼척마사지 하다가 , compared with 1990 levels, by 2030. The 전주출장샵 , compared with 2005 levels, by 2025. 대전출장샵 .

    Nations responsible for more than 90% of global emissions have now come up with their targets – 동해안마방 빨리싸면 . These include all of the major developed and developing countries, though their contributions vary: in the case of developed countries, actual cuts in emissions, but for developing countries a range of targets including limits on emissions compared to “business as usual”, and pledges to increase low-carbon energy or preserve forests.

    Analysis of the INDCS, endorsed by the UN, has suggested that 온라인카지노 . That is not quite enough to meet the scientific advice. However, that is not the end of the story. One of the key components of any Paris agreement would be to institute a system of review of the emissions targets every five years, with a view to ratcheting them upwards.

    Another, and complementary, approach is to make more effort to bring down emissions outside the UN process, for instance by engaging “non-state actors” such as cities, local governments and businesses to do more.

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    Not at all – the other key question, apart from emissions reductions, is finance. Poorer countries want the rich world to provide them with financial help that will enable them to invest in clean technology to cut their greenhouse gas emissions, and to adapt their infrastructure to the likely damage from climate change.

    This is a hugely contentious issue. At Copenhagen, where the finance part of the deal was only sorted out at the very last minute, 제주출장안마 , and they said that by 2020, financial flows of at least $100bn a year would be provided.

    As a cornerstone of any Paris agreement, poor countries want assurances that this pledge will be met. That has now been given, in several forms: lovejg.xyz showing that two thirds of the finance required is already being supplied; and 카지노사이트 showed that the remainder can be made up by increased finance from the World Bank and other development banks, and from the private sector. The World Bank and several governments have already committed to upping their financial assistance, meaning that a clear path towards the 2020 target can now be discerned.

    There is more, however. Poor nations also want a similar provision in place beyond 2020, but there is strong disagreement over how this should be done. Some want all the money to come from rich country governments, but those governments are adamant that they will not provide such funding solely from the public purse. They want international development banks, such as the World Bank, to play a role, and they want most of the funding to come from the private sector.

    An agreement on this is still possible, but it will be one of the main obstacles to a Paris deal.

    서귀포출장안마✌예약↛서귀포휘성 안마방(서귀포군대 안마방)✍【서귀포대구 출장 마사지】↷서귀포울산 삼산동 안마방☈서귀포서현역 안마방╬서귀포콜걸추천ロ서귀포여인숙 여자▤서귀포안마방 대전

    Yes. The heads of state or government of more than 130 countries have already said they will come. These include Barack Obama of the US, Xi Jinping of China, Narendra Modi of India, Angela Merkel of Germany and David Cameron of the UK. have as yet pulled out as a result of the terrorist attacks on Paris, and security has been stepped up as an assurance. Unlike the Copenhagen talks, however, at which world leaders turned up at the last minute of the two weeks of talks to find their negotiating teams in chaos and without a clear agreement for them to sign, this time the leaders will arrive at the beginning of the conference, give their negotiating teams clear instructions, and expect a fully formed agreement at the end of it.

    On behalf of the French government, the conference will be led by foreign minister Laurent Fabius, and environment minister Segolene Royal, but the French president Francois Hollande will also play a key role. They are all confident that a deal can be made.

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    French president Francois Hollande. Photograph: Philippe Wojazer /Pool/EPA

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    The key question now is over security. With the French capital under recent attack, and reports of fresh assaults averted by the armed forces, the atmosphere in Paris will be unlike any city that has hosted major international talks before. Security will be paramount - the French police and army will be on the streets, and the venue will be patrolled by uniformed UN guards - but the atrocities of 13 November will hang heavily on all delegates. This may mean that when world leaders attend private meetings, terrorism is discussed before climate change. But it may also mean that delegates are under more pressure than ever to come up with a deal, given the tragic circumstances surrounding them.서귀포출장안마서귀포호이안 마사지☂서귀포대학동 마사지♪【서귀포출장 만남 카톡】서귀포안마방 업소✄서귀포광혜원 마사지☪서귀포금촌 안마방☎서귀포대전 모텔 추천┱wonderlend.xyz출장부르는법서귀포강서 안마방➷서귀포로미 로미 마사지 란✔《서귀포시화 안마방》서귀포국 안마방 초이스♗서귀포영등포역 안마방⇚서귀포당진 안마방╓서귀포삼계 안마방↽서귀포출장안마창원진주 안마방서귀포출장안마 가격♐서귀포안마방 위치⇏(서귀포파주 마사지)서귀포포항 아가씨┐서귀포마사지ネ서귀포아프리카tv 마사지セ서귀포이발소 마사지╔서귀포청라 마사지═서귀포안마방 vs 오피↤<서귀포시흥 안마방>서귀포안마방 시간제▧서귀포안마방 추천♠서귀포임산부 마사지¤서귀포인천 안마방웃서귀포허리통증 마사지║서귀포강아지 마사지▩[서귀포안마방 아침]서귀포마사지 하다가セ서귀포충주 안마방☎서귀포신설동 안마방▽서귀포마카오 마사지╃서귀포여성 전신 마사지➶서귀포섹시 마사지オ〔서귀포아로마 마사지〕서귀포베이징 안마방┼서귀포브베 안마방β서귀포안마방 밥§서귀포세부 안마방☍예약성주사우나 마사지예약금없는출장샵서귀포당동 안마방♮서귀포척추 마사지★【서귀포천안 출장 대행】서귀포안마방 20살↿서귀포어깨통증 마사지↢서귀포오목교 안마방↤서귀포마사지 레전드 품번┏서귀포출장안마서귀포출장안마목포출장샵서귀포상암동 안마방서귀포남성전용 마사지서귀포만남서귀포부천역 안마방서귀포출장안마서귀포이동국 안마방ღ서귀포마사지 방법α「서귀포마사지 애무」서귀포하당 마사지╟서귀포안마방 국산ェ서귀포호치민 리버티 마사지 가격♀서귀포중국 우한 마사지↘속초이태원 마사지

    If nations can meet and agree equitable goals on the climate, in these circumstances, it will be a triumph for international cooperation, for our wellbeing and security, and for faith in the future, in the face of forces who wish to destroy all three.

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