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Our proposal to curb climate change

Climate change advances faster than the human understanding of the Earth crisis or the slow change in attitude of the main causes of the problem. Our proposal What should be done after a quarter of a century of annual meetings of the COP, climate conferences of very good intentions but very poor results? In the [...]

2020: the year of truth for earthlings

This year 2020 is expected to activate the Paris Agreement at COP26, Glasgow, Scotland, November 2 to 13. The next twelve months will be crucial and potentially full of challenges, as can be deduced from the insufficient results of COP25 and the history of failure and postponements accumulated during the last quarter of the century, [...]

Summary and Conclusions of COP25 Chile-Madrid 2019

COP25 started with an unprecedented situation and ended the same way. A triple jump like that of Brazil -Chile-Spain we had never seen. The Carioca country refused to host by claiming "fiscal and budgetary restrictions." The second jump touched in the southern nation, which worked almost a year but could not crown due to the [...]

By |2019-12-19T17:05:10+00:00December 19th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Can the multiplication of gas pipelines in Europe face the Paris Agreement?

New technologies allow the construction of long gas pipelines at high speed Published in January 2019. Reviewed in December 2019 (These days the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline is world news because the United States Congress has approved sanctions related to the Russian gas pipeline that will take natural gas to Germany, [...]

What is expected of COP25 and what are its objectives

COP25 will undoubtedly mark the 2020 climate agenda. The destiny has desired IFEMA facilities to be the setting for one of the most important, difficult and most stressful COPs that have been envisioned since these climatic summits were created in 1995. The challenge of the Madrid Fair (IFEMA) is to set up an event in [...]

Dismantling criticism of Greta Thunberg

There are two kinds of climate deniers: 1) those who do not really believe in climate change and 2) those who pretend not to believe but know that it exists. I believe that the latter are the most dangerous, and their lack of sincerity in the fight against climate change generates many fears and questions. [...]

The Kyoto Protocol, origins and outcome

The 1950s were times of mixed feelings. World War II had just ended, the smell of gunpowder had not vanished when the reconstruction of Europe and Japan began. The people, although they did not forget their dead, began to live life in the hope that peace and well-being would be lasting. That vision of a [...]

PPM-CO2 the carbon letters that write our future

Humanity has always had a special concern to know what destiny holds. The popular and universal horoscopes, the tarot cards, the deck of cards, the crystal ball or the palmistry, are the best evidence of this human need. The Greeks used to go to the oracle of Delphi, a sanctuary dedicated to the God Apollo, [...]

By |2019-11-08T03:43:54+00:00November 7th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Brief history of the COPs – UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

Published first time in November 2015 – Updated November 2019 It is obligatory to begin our traditional “Brief History of the COP” with the news of the transfer of the headquarters of the COP25 from Chile to Spain, (December 2-13) due to the situation of political instability that occurred in the southern country during October. [...]

COP25, Chile did seize its golden opportunity

I can tell you that since I have been following the COPs, since the presentation of the Kyoto Protocol, COP3-1997, Chile realized one of the best campaigns, activities and awareness about climate change and its related issues that I have seen in the months prior to a COP. His web pages, his videos and his [...]