Beating the rush for getting accreditation at the Cancún Messe convention centre, it felt strange that this shell of a warehouse would be bustling with people over the next few days waiting to access the nearby Moon Palace and be part of the historic campaign to tackle global climate change.
There’s an air of uncertainty here, of controlled hope mixed with a hefty dose of pragmatism compared with the heady days before last year’s UN climate talks in Copenhagen, where a deadline to secure a fair, safe and legally binding climate deal came – and went.
- Cancún climate talks are too big to fail | Lucy Brinicombe (guardian.co.uk)
- Australia Waking to Cancún (globalvoicesonline.org)
- Cancún climate change summit: America plays tough – The Guardian (news.google.com)
- As Climate Talks Open in Cancún, World Leaders Must Seek Steep Reductions in Greenhouse Gas Pollution (greenreview.blogspot.com)