No plan B, tore off the summit against climate change

No plan B, tore off the summit against climate change -

Peruvian Environment Minister Manuel Pulgar Vidal , opened officially today climate summit Paris ( cop21 ) in which eleven days an agreement to halt global warming will search and replace the 1997 Kyoto Protocol

Representatives of 195 countries plus the European Union negotiated during the meeting an agreement that the French presidency intended to be "ambitious" and enforceable.

Shortly before the start it was reported that eleven states of the most developed will make a joint contribution of $ 248 million to a fund for adaptation measures to climate change in the poorest countries.

the main contributor will be Germany , with 53 million, and will follow United States (51175000) UK (45.1 million), France (26.5 million), Canada (22.4 million), Denmark (22.1 million) and Sweden (11.5 million), among other countries, according to the agency slogan EFE .

All that money will be integrated into the "Fund for the Least Developed Countries" that aims to reduce the vulnerability of sectors and resources that are central to development, such as water, agriculture, food security and infrastructure.

Manifestations despite security measures

Furthermore 317 people of 341 arrested on Sunday during the demonstration by climate change, remained today under arrest as reported by the Prefecture of Police of Paris.

the spokesman said a dozen policemen were slightly injured, but he had no information about blunt among the protesters.

the demonstration, which had not been authorized by "security" in the wake of recent terrorist attacks, staged various groups in the Republic square in Paris to coincide with the opening of the climate summit .

Source: Telam

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