Soberanía Energética - acciones globales
The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change was adopted in 1992 and recognises the rich, industrialised nations’ overwhelming contribution to historical emissions and therefore their responsibility in acting first to bring down their national emissions. The first commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol ends in 2012 and governments are currently negotiating the second commitment period of the Protocol, scheduled to be completed in December 2009. Despite strong scientific evidence and the experience of climate change threatening the lives and livelihoods of people across the globe, governments of the Global North are failing to live up to their convention obligations.
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