The host states with efforts from each country towards one direction, agreement about the climate change could be reached , already 110 leaders have showed their commitments of attendance then.Design sabo charms on Doll's Festival
At local time, 10 a. Last Week My Father Chose eye care for My Motherm. on 7th Dec, the much concerned 15th Conference of the Parties (COP) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) begins officially in the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen.
This Nordic city shrouded in a mist on the opening day. The weather was not as cold as we thought due to the impact of moist maritime climate though it was December in winter.
This climate summit which will continue to December 18 has an official attending registers of 15,000. While the actual attendees in Copenhagen is far more than this number, estimated to 25,000 people at present.
In the past period of time, people were once pessimistic for the Copenhagen conference. But just before the summit, all seemed to begin a sudden turn with the United States and China the world's two largest emitters of greenhouse gases separately making the specific targets of relative and absolute reduction, with the subsequent India.
Therefore, the meeting host, Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Rasmussen made his opening remarks on the day. "New climate change agreement can be reached. And with cooperation among every country, we can accomplish the goal we must achieve."
He remarked that heads of states and governments from over 110 countries would come to Copenhagen, providing forces to drive forward the realization of a new global treaty.
"Their arrival is an unprecedented mobilization of political will to response to climate change." Rasmussen said.
Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Yvo de Boer expressed that, the ideal Copenhagen deal should include 3 parts: First is to execute actions including slowling down, accommodating, financing, technology and capacity building. The 2nd was to implement ambitious emission reduction promises and actions, including a $10 billion emission reduction fund each year provided by developed countries and long-term arrangements of financing. Last but not least, all parties reach an agreement in regard of long-term cooperation and the common target to deal with climate change.
"The Copenhagen Conference is successful only for considerably taking immediate actions soon after the Summit." De Boer emphasized at last in the speech.
With respect to long-term financing, Yvo de Boer had already said in the previous be-in-touch meeting on 6th December, "I think at least we can reach one consensus that the developing countries will need 100 billions dollars per year in the long run."
The writer notices that so great many participants make Denmark, the small country which lies on Jutland, beyond its reception capacity. Many attendants had to lodge in neighbor Sweden across a sea, and even in family inns. We could say Copenhagen bore too many hopes of the world.
We hope that all this is worth it.Tags: sabo charms,eye care,