Cancun Agreements Without Consensus

By | April 23, 2013

Climate Change Kyoto Protocol, agreement international of industrialized countries signed in 1997 in the city of Kyoto, Japan with important content but unfulfilled actions despite discussed agreements by international governments; The Protocol of 1995 imposed greenhouse gas emission reduction goals; the Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, in December 2009, organized by the United Nations, also with results critics by the results without forceful action by the countries of the North; the Cochabamba Bolivia Summit, organized by the Government of Bolivia likewise with half lights despite the experience of agreements in Copenhagen; and today, December 2010, the Summit in Cancun, Mexico are stops of any path that stained doubts, greetings and promises while the Earth is still bathed by thousands of tonnes of world energy capacity and millions of poor people cutting down our forests, cooking with charcoal, mixing sewage with the increasingly less effluent liquids of enclenques lakes in the heights and las lomas, sowing in the same agricultural soils using more fertilizer. The more advanced developing countries pollute more and more; developed buy quota to the least industrialized with China in the first group and the USA.UU in the second even made part of the Kyoto Protocol. In 2012 due such an agreement, i.e., if no soon a new Treaty or binding agreement, the world runs out of political weapons to combat the phenomenon of global warming. According to reports the public concern in the United States and Canada on climate change fell drastically in the past 18 months and they are still few measures of interest in fossil fuels. There are doubts about assertions scientific as acid rain, ozone depletion, the harmful effects of tobacco smoke and pesticides by the shortage of environmental education and marginalization to children and youth in these avatars. There will be more questions of the wizard to Cancun speaking against the tobacco smoke with a cigar in hand.

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