In a far cry from its proactive and out-of-thebox approach to climate change in the international fora, India appears to be playing it safe at home.

This paper proposed l on how to proceed with the Climate Negotiations after the meager results of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December 2009 in Copenhagen.

It argues splitting continued negotiations into two separate blocks could both save time, and make the world more likely to ultimately reach a comprehensive treaty in Mexico City in December 2010.

The recent Cancun summit restored flailing confidence on the need to counter climate change following the recent conference of the parties (COP15).

The summit held in Cancun, Mexico, the agriculture minister-led Bhutanese delegation felt, had a more positive outcome and was of high relevance for Bhutan.

In a press conference yesterday, agriculture minister (Dr) Pema Gyamtsho said there was m

Developed countries at the 15th Conference had committed themselves to providing around $30 billion for 2010-12
The fund is for supporting developing countries' climate efforts
No clarity on how donors will channel the

NEW DELHI: Developed countries are failing to meet the funding pledges that they made at the Climate Summit in Copenhagen last December to support developing countries' climate

Bangladesh will continue its efforts to attain an international legally binding treaty by 2010 to cut carbon emissions which will help limit global warming to a maximum 2 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial times, state minister for environment and forest Hasan Mahmud said on Tuesday.

Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has addressed the international climate change summit, COP 15, in the Danish capital Copenhagen, Wednesday. PM Nepal urged developed nations to provide sustainable and long-term financial support to vulnerable countries like Nepal to preserve the white mountains and green earth.

Climate Change Convention 13 November, 2009 - Bhutan will join 192 countries with three key negotiation points when they sit at the 15th session of the United Nations framework convention on climate change (UNFCCC), also called COP15, which will take place in the Danish capital, Copenhagen, next month.