The global effects of the COP21

Brazil's position at the COP21

On 30 November at COP21, President Dilma Rousseff defended the dome climate in Paris. She related that the agreement against global warming to be signed at the conference is legally binding, as it was signed by the same countries intending to fulfill the mandates of the document.

Germany has long been considered a front-runner in terms of climate change and environmental politics. Since the Kyoto Agreement, Germany has been part of many International Alliances and Treaties, obliging to follow ambitious climate change goals. In the EU and internationally, Germany wants to be a good example for sustainability...Read More »


India and climate change

Climate change has become the major global challenge of this young century. For years, the search for solutions has run against a sharp North ­South divide over the historical emissions of developed countries and the parameters of what is termed, in the climate world, “common but differentiated responsibility” for developing...Read More »


Mexico accepting the challenge

Mexico’s relationship with climate change and stopping it is really close. In fact, Mexico owns an immense flora and fauna, north to south, jungle, forests, mountains and planes. Nevertheless, these haven’t been taken into account as they should have, which has obliged the government to take action on...Read More »


It's Obama VS. the rest in the climate Issue

As the statement says, “The world should take note that the climate summit in Paris later this year (COP21) may be the last effective opportunity to negotiate arrangements that keep human‐induced warming below 2‐degrees C, and aim to stay well below 2‐degree C for safety, ”COP21 is the opportunity to...Read More »