All's Quiet on the Northern Front

The World Meteorological Organisation has claimed that the ‘Noughties’  has been the hottest decade on record. Secretary General Michel Jarraud:

 The decade 2000-2009 is very likely to be the warmest on record. So, in other words, this decade is going to be warmer than the 1990s, which itself was warmer than the 1980s and so on. So it is likely to be the warmest on record.

An article by John Harris from last week on some of the key players at Copenhagen introduces a few faces we are likely to be seeing a lot of in the coming days, weeks and months.

The Telegraph provides a run-down of the political and diplomatic blocs expected to work together at Copenhagen and beyond. These “formal and informal clusters” consist of groups such as OPEC, the EU and the Rainforest Coalition. Read in full here.

I knew we hadn’t seen the last of the melting Polar Bear. London is set to join Copenhagen with its very own bear melt. I promise to take a trip over to Trafalgar Square on Friday to take a few snaps. Watch this space.


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