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Bolivia stands alone at Cancun

Bolivia Information Forum, Jan.2011- During the December UN climate change conference in Cancún, Mexico, Bolivia was the only country not to sign up to the final agreement. Evo Morales described the document as a ‘bad result for the people of the world’, which would result in increasing and worse natural disasters.

Bolivia Proposal excluded from Cancun

Bolivian President Evo Morales lamented this Friday that his proposal as well as that of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez, calling on the rich countries to halve their greenhouse gas emissions, has not been welcomed into the Cancún Summit on climate change to be held next week.

Morales indicated at a press conference that the petitions to create a Climate Justice Tribunal and to organize a global referendum on how to solve the environmental crisis, submitted by a great majority of nations, have been ignored.

For Cancun Climate Summit, Activists Consider the Long View

Sarah Laskow, "The Nation". A year ago, it seemed possible-likely, even-that President Barack Obama would sweep
into the international negotiations on climate change at Copenhagen and make serious
progress on the tangle of issues at stake. The reality was quite different . This
year, the expectations for the United Nations Climate Conference in Cancun are less

The conference will be held from Nov 29 to Dec 10 and the same issues from 2009

Cochabamba and the UN Process

I want to begin reminding that the impacts of Climate change we are living today are not a punishment that falls from heaven.  Those have their historical responsibles: those who took our resoucers, our rights and our richness and now have the duty to honor their Debt in order to allow humanity to live with dignity and without the permanent threaten to their lives. That is challenge that has to be faced in this Intersessional Meetings of the UNFCC in Bonn.

Bolivian President Evo Morales to Deliver Results of People’s Conference on Climate Change to UN Sec Gen Ban Ki-moon


CONTACT: MEGAN MORRISSEY – 202-365-6900  INGRID SABJA – 973-738-2301

New York – On Friday, May 7th, President Evo Morales of Bolivia will personally present UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon with the conclusions of the World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of the Mother Earth, which was held in Cochabamba, Bolivia from April 20th to 22nd, 2010.