Political position of the civil society in Central America face to the international negotiation of a new agreement on climate change

Passed three quarters of the deadline and also the Bali Road meetings, it doesn’t demonstrate any favorable position to reduce the unavoidable progress on the Climate Change, and neither the improvement of impact absorption capacities, that will be more severe on the more vulnerable areas in the world that are frequently affected by extremes climate phenomenon, regions like Central America.
The coming global negotiation schedule for November and December 2009, will define the commitments and guidelines that the International Community will adopt to face Climate Change. A complex assignment, that has to deal with: clean energy generation, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, technology transformation, the role of the forestall alternatives and agro-fuels in the mitigation, financing, social participation, and adaptation to climate change, related with the disasters risk reduction and human development.
Under this scenery, it results clear the necessity to promote a social dialogue, the construction of favorable proposals to the interest of the majority in the region and the organization of incidence actions in what is left of the Bali Rout. From this, new strategies and adjusting actions will be proposed to integrate the region in a best way into the negotiation process and most of all, guide the future interventions that Climate Change will demand to the region.
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diciembre 1, 2009

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