It takes a lot to come back to something you forgot you had. Well, that is what is going to happen with this blog. Ever since I started studying a Masters degree in European Politics and Policies, as well as working for Revolve Magazine, I have neglected to write for my blog. Now, I am back. In the coming weeks I will make a review of the past year, when I attended a forum in Sofia, Bulgaria on renewable energy and waste management; traveled to Rio de Janeiro for the Rio+20 Conference; became acquainted with the challenges facing cross-border connections in the EU through an organization called Friends of the Supergrid; and visited Tunisia to research the ongoing transition to democracy in the North-African country. So, dear readers, get ready because in the coming weeks there will be stories about political gambles, near-death bus rides and about people from around the world.
- Stories from April 2010
- Cancun CoP 16
- Establishing a Fair Climate Action Fund
- Climate Change and the Media: Commissioner Hedegaard in Cancun
- Cancun Deal in the Making
- A Panacea for UN Climate Change Financing
- China Remains a Mystery in Cancun
- Obtaining a New Kyoto is Geo-Politically Impossible
- Urgency and Totality in EU’s Cancun Negotiations
- Blocking a New Kyoto at CoP 16
- Bulgarian Delegation “Missing” at CoP 16
- CoP 16 Document Released!
- Cancun Produces Deal