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on climate change?

“I do” is the message of the ACCENT project, which coordinates a European action on climate change, engaging the public inside and outside of science centres and museums across Europe throughout 2010.

European Union welcomes Cancún Agreement as important step towards global framework for climate action

News / 11.12.2010

i do climate - European Union welcomes Cancún Agreement as important step towards global framework for climate action
The European Union welcomes the positive results of the Cancún climate conference. The balanced and substantive package of decisions adopted today, known as the Cancún Agreement, represents an important further step on the road to building a comprehensive and legally binding framework for climate action for the period after 2012.
 
Oceans Day at Cancun : Oceans: Essential to Life, Essential to Climate

News / 4.12.2010

i do climate - Oceans Day at Cancun : Oceans: Essential to Life, Essential to Climate
Building on the positive momentum and spirit of collaboration of CBD COP 10 in Nagoya, Japan, the Global Forum on Oceans, Coasts and Islands will hold Oceans Day event at Cancún on December 4, 2010 at the UNFCCC COP 16 in Cancún, Mexico.
 
Royal visit to Teknikens Hus

Events / 5.11.2010 > 5.11.2011

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her husband Prince Daniel visited Teknikens Hus on the 5th of November.
EU opens consultation on roadmap for a low carbon economy by 2050

Events / 27.10.2010 > 9.12.2010

The European Commission launched on 27 October 2010 a public consultation on a Roadmap for a low carbon economy by 2050, aiming at gathering views from stakeholders and the public on how to "decarbonise" the European economy.
European Union making deeper emission cuts than promised

Events / 18.10.2010 > 9.12.2010

The European Union is ahead of schedule in its promise to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 2012. The Commission's annual report shows that the 25 member states with reduction targets under the Kyoto Protocol will meet their commitments
Commissioner Hedegaard: "In Cancún we want to see a balanced set of decisions"

Events / 14.10.2010 > 9.12.2010

During the Environment Council of 14 October 2010, Connie Hedegaard, Commissioner for Climate Action, and Joke Schauvliege, Flemish Minister for the Environment, issued the following statement: "Today's discussion at the Environment Council showed that there is a strong will that the European Union will continue its leadership in the fight against climate change and will speak with one voice in Cancún. In Cancún we want to see a balanced set of decisions".
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