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Presentation given by Sarah Reader of World Development Movement to Cambridge WDM, 16 November 2011.

Presentation given by Sarah Reader of World Development Movement to Cambridge WDM, 16 November 2011.

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What to expect from Durban climate talks 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. What can we expect from Durban? Durban’s COP17 28 Nov- 9 Dec 2011 International Convention Centre
  • 2. What’s the problem?
  • 3. Rio ‘Earth’ Summit, 1992
  • 4. Copenhagen 2009
  • 5. Cochabamba
  • 6. Cancun 2010
  • 7. What’s the UK doing?
  • 8. Loans for climate change adaptation
  • 9. Debt
  • 10. … through the World Bank!
  • 11.  
  • 12. Cancún
  • 13. Chris Huhne MP
  • 14. So what can we expect from Durban?
  • 15. Green Climate Fund
  • 16. World Bank controversy
  • 17. Death of Kyoto?
  • 18. Prioritising private sector
  • 19. Endangering the planet
  • 20. Working with grassroots groups
  • 21. Building the movement for climate justice
  • 22.