CHINA-WIRE » Developing nations eligible to share “climate friendly technology”

‘At the third preparatory meeting of the “Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate” held recently, the partaking parties voiced their desire to develop and disseminate new, low-carbon energy technology and climate-friendly technology through the forging of global partnership.

In drastic contrast to this situation, however, the U.S. House of Representatives in June unanimously voted to make it a U.S. policy to prevent the Copenhagen Treaty from “weakening” U.S. intellectual property rights on a wind, solar and other eco-friendly technologies.’

via CHINA-WIRE » Developing nations eligible to share “climate friendly technology”.

EU's Barroso seeks two degrees Celsius pact at G8 | Reuters

Consistent with the maximum target of a 2 degrees called for at the Copenhagen Climate Conference this March:

‘BRUSSELS Reuters – European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on Monday he will press the United States and other nations to limit global warming to no more than 2 degrees Celsius at this week’s Group of Eight summit.’

via EU’s Barroso seeks two degrees Celsius pact at G8 | Green Business | Reuters.

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