Section Documents

Here are archived documents prepared for negotiations and positions of participating states, organizations and corporate firms.

Final Draft

For 2020 the 27 Member States of the EU have committed to reduce their emissions to 20% below 1990 levels but they are disposed for rising up this number up to 30% if the other major economies would also reduce significantly their emissions. Another objective of the EU is to decrease the amount of emissions by 80-95% compared to 1990 levels. ASEAN member states created Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation 2010 – 2015 whose goal is to achieve a collective target of 15% for regional renewable energy in the total power installed capacity by 2015...  Read more

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Draft 2

Under the Kyoto Protocol adopted on the 11th of December 1997 the signing countries committed their selves to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to an average of five per cent against 1990 levels over the fiveyear period 2008-2012. But some of the world’s major players in international relations did not ratify this Treaty and therefore the contribution to the reduction of emissions of the agreement is questionable. One of those countries is the United States which is the second biggest emitter of carbon dioxide emissions in an absolute way and the biggest emitter of CO2 emissions per capita. This implies that the Kyoto Protocol has become dysfunctional, ineffective and unenforceable mechanism and is necessary to solve this problem as soon as possible because the Kyoto Protocol lapses at the end of this year...  Read more

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Draft 1

The basic needs of human beings are water, health, food and shelter which are threatened by climate changes like higher temperature, sea level rise, or many natural disasters. Climate change has a direct effect on water and food security, key natural resources, migration, ecosystems, human health, the key greenhouse gases emitted by human activities are: Carbon dioxide (CO2), Methane (CH4), Nitrous oxide (N2O), Fluorinated gases (F-gases).
There are many theories and studies that explain the various aspects of global warming. But most of them agree that the global warming of the Earth should be kept below 2ºC in comparison to the temperature in the pre-industrial times. The studies, however, differ in whether and how the world will be able to sustain the temperature below this level...  Read more

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Nina Feketeová

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Petronela Achbergerová

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