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United Nation's Framework Convention on Climate Change's (UNFCCC) first newsletter for 2010

Dear Reader,

Welcome to the first edition of our UNFCCC newsletter in 2010.

The need for ambitious global action to reduce emissions and implement immediate action to combat climate change is as pressing as it ever was. Countries have already expressed their strong desire to build on the outcomes of Copenhagen to make renewed progress in the negotiations under the Convention and to move towards concrete outcomes in Mexico. Collective action remains the fastest route to success.

The next meeting is from 9 11 April in Bonn.

In this issue:

-Building on the success of the Kyoto's marchet mechanisms

-AWG-KP Update

-Progress on REDD

-CDM evolving and improving

-GHG inventory reviews

-Adaptation update
-Nairobi work programme: upcoming workshops

-Finance update
-Needs side event at COP 15

-Technology update
-Special Expert Group on Technology Transfer (EGTT) meeting in Sydney, Australia

-AWG-LCA further steps forward in Copenhagen

-The voice of the youth at COP 15

-Key UNFCCC statement: Climate policy and sustainable growth - the insperable goals

-Guest column: Strong policy will drive private sector investment in low carbon solutions

-Other UN climate news

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Posted: 3/4/2010 (2:30:44 AM)

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