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The Two Degrees Show
Weekly Program
 Climate Radio  Contact Contributor
Nov. 23, 2006, 3:39 p.m.
An assessment of the outcomes of the talks illustrated with audio from the talks and press conferences in Nairobi.
Produced by Phil England for Climate Radio
Please drop me an email if you rebroadcast this programme: phil [at]
If we haven't seen anything like the degree of urgency this situation demands then what can explain the frustrating lack of progress? Is it because the EU is holding out for a global deal that includes developing countries in order to get the US back on board (as indicated in its 2005 position paper), rather than leading by example by with a commitment to 30% cuts by 2020? Did the talks make any progress in helping the poorest and most vulnerable countries adapt to the effects of climate change or in meeting the commitment to transfer clean energy technologies to developing countries? What is the potential for movement in the US position now that there is a new balance of power in Congress? Can the democrats get some of the 'cap and trade' legislation through that is on the table and start engaging constructively in the international process?

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