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Chile - Global Warming

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1 Chile - Global Warming on October 19th 2009, 12:03

The delegation of the United States would like to know what are some of the measures that Chile is planning to take in the fight against global warming, and if these measures would affect not only Chile and the Americas, but the rest of the world's countries too? Also, delegates, are you planning on asking for financial aid from the "big" countries, such as the US, France, UK??


That's all... Cool

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2 Re: Chile - Global Warming on October 19th 2009, 22:13

The delegate of Brasil came here to this topic to strongly enhance that Chile's plan is executed. And to the delegate of the United States, of course Chile's plan will affect other countries in Europe, Asia and in all parts of the world. It is important to recognize that the air that the delegate of the United States breathes is the same as the air that delegates of all the world breathe. If Co2 emissions are lowered, then not only the American continent, but the entire world will be beneficiated with this deed. The delegate of Brasil wants to again enforce its total support regarding the Chilean resolution.

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3 Re: Chile - Global Warming on October 22nd 2009, 11:01

The Delegation of Chile wants to make a new protocol, that is stronger than kyoto's protocol by reducing everyones greenhouse gas emissions by 15% in every country by using alternative energy sources and if the country is too poor to finance these methods it should get some financial help, the financial help will be allotted in according to a formula based on per capita income and the number of its inhabitants, in such a way that the poorer countries should receive a larger relative share of the subsidy.

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4 Re: Chile - Global Warming on October 25th 2009, 21:18

Colombia only wants to enforce that Colombia is totally in favor of any campaign or resolution that is done that will help global warming. The Colombian President Alvaro Uribe on Friday proposed that the anti-narcotics drive be added to the campaign against global warming, since drug traffickers destroyed jungles to make room for illegal plantations.
"Drugs are the great enemy of the jungle," Uribe said during a regional summit on Drugs, Security and Cooperation in Cartagena, some 700 km north of the Colombian capital Bogota. "I'd like to suggest the fight against illegal drugs be included in the battle against global warming," he said.
Jungles cover around 51 percent of Colombia's total territory of1.16 million square km, he said, pointing out that drug traffickers have destroyed more than two million hectares of jungle to create illegal coca plantations.

http://www.consequencesofglobalwarming.com/countries/global-warming-colombia.html

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5 Re: Chile - Global Warming on October 26th 2009, 21:36

chile_tiago wrote:The Delegation of Chile wants to make a new protocol, that is stronger than kyoto's protocol by reducing everyones greenhouse gas emissions by 15% in every country by using alternative energy sources and if the country is too poor to finance these methods it should get some financial help, the financial help will be allotted in according to a formula based on per capita income and the number of its inhabitants, in such a way that the poorer countries should receive a larger relative share of the subsidy.









Chilean
Delegation, doesn't the delegation believe unindustrialized nation shouldn't be
reducing its greenhouse gas emission for they are insignificant compared to
nations such as US, UK, Russia and they don't affect the world much as other
nations? The delegation of Venezuela believes "it should get some financial help" it’s quite vague, isn't there any organization or treaty possibly
involved with this new protocol?

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6 Re: Chile - Global Warming on October 28th 2009, 23:06

You have a good point. We should include in the formula the amount of CO2 produced per capita, multiplied by the number of inhabitants, in such a way that non industrialized developing nations should not be required to reduce emissions which are in fact quite low.

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7 Re: Chile - Global Warming on October 29th 2009, 15:33

The delegate of Brasil comes here to this topic to ally with Chile in this fight against global warming. As you all know, our resolution deals with ethanol increase and lowering of petrol usage, specifically regarding the decrease of Co2 emissions. The use of ethanol will certainly contribute to the fight of the world against global warming , so the delegate of Brasil came here to propose Chile to join and vote in favor of the Brazillian resolution regarding ethanol. We are anxious for your approval, Chilean delegates!
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Çim nois pode!

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8 Re: Chile - Global Warming on November 4th 2009, 18:11

Delegates, please remember a little detali called the Kyoto Protocol - the delegate of the United States is interested to know whether or not the resolution involving global warming involves the reviewing of the Kyoto Protocol.

As it is, the US will not sign or ratify the Kyoto Protocol, for reasons related not only to the fact that we lose production from doing so, but because it is an unfair and unreasonable treaty.

Please keep in mind that global warming requires the full collaboration of the entire world; also, delegates, remember the problem of the CFC aerosol gases, which was resolved when all nations collaborated, under the "leadership" of the United States, to make our environment last longer and be "healthier."

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9 Re: Chile - Global Warming on November 5th 2009, 11:09

For once it is an honor to be able to agree with USA...

Almost the whole world has signed the Kyoto Protocol, but it is not helping with anything... although the Kyoto Protocol has been saying a lot, what about the nations that do not follow it? Are their going to be any changes made by the delegation? Russia will always act against Global warming, and any nation who does not can be indirectly considerd to helping "Slaughter Mother Nature". We have problems, answeres, difficulties, and simplifications, blacks, whites, hispanics, yellow green blue, we have everuthing, but the only thing that allows us all of these options and forms of life, is Earth. And if we are working together to destroy her, we can surely work together to revert the process, and save life.

Count on Russia!!!

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10 Re: Chile - Global Warming on November 6th 2009, 14:21

Delegates of the United States, how can the world be sure that if another protocol is created, the USA will sign it? Keeping in mind that this new protocol will have the same "idea" as the Kyoto protocol, I find it hard to believe that USA will sign this deal. Though the delegation of Brasil is also concerned with the fact that perhaps the United States will try to use this protocol as a benefit for themselves... Please, let's take this issue seriously and fight for our planet, which is worth saving.

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11 Re: Chile - Global Warming on November 6th 2009, 16:10

The new protocol has to be reasonable.

Delegate, an interesting bit of information: the Kyoto Protocol gives great importance to carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. However, did you know that the greatest causer of the greenhouse effect is actually water vapor?

The Kyoto Protocol, as it is, is in the least unreasonable. What it asks for is not something the United States is willing to abide by.

However, delegate, the creation of a new protocol should be overseen by countries such as the United States, China, Germany, Brazil, Russia, UK, and others, so that it is a treaty that we can all agree to sign. Judging by the fact this issue is of utmost importance and must be dealt with, and that every nation (except maybe the Czech Republic) believes in and is against global warming, the creation of a treaty that most nations (all of the great CO2 emmissioners and most of the lesser ones) can abide by and agree with IS a possibility.

And I couldn't agree with you more - our planet is worth saving. As of now, Earth is the one planet we have - let's at least not lower that number.

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12 Re: Chile - Global Warming on November 12th 2009, 10:47

Russia agrees that Global warming is a very important topic,
We can create great amounts of oil, be proud of our nations advances, gas, anything at all, but without the earth we live on, we will have nothing... Let us show that this is an important topic, and edit the Kyoto Protocol, make it reasonable, if USA can abide by it, so should the rest of us, Russia is proud to be able to work by USA's side in this Topic, and hopes this resolution will be well made.

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13 Re: Chile - Global Warming on November 15th 2009, 15:06

Any number that is cited for reduction of greenhouse gases will necesseraly be an arbitrary number. The percentage of greenhouse gas reduction proposed by chile is coencidentaly the same as the number recently suggested by Brasils president Luis Inacio Lula da Silva which is 40%. These sources of energy are renewabl, these means they can be used in a sustainable manner. Many of you are selfishly worried about financial issues, but we are in a world-threatening crisis with the lifes of milions, perhaps even billions, at stake, Drastic measures must be taken now, before it is too late.

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