Approximately 200 countries meet starting from today in the city of Durban in South Africa and up to December 9, it was about to reactivate the negotiations about the climatic change and to decide the future of the threatened Protocol of Kioto that is one of the first and true intents, at world level, to reduce the emissions of gases. This first stage has the time of claustration the year 2012.
Those approximately 12.000 participants among them diplomats, ministers, delegates, experts and non government organizations participated in the conversations, some doubt that the country host can be to the height of the duras negotiations that is expected, up to December 9.
This same month Joined Nations in two reports, it has confirmed the urgency of acting, because they have registered records of emissions of CO2. This leaves clear that the gases of effect hothouse have reached some levels that unparalleled some.
But there are big differences, the poor countries say that the rich ones have made it to it consists of using charcoal, petroleum and gas, for what they should develop with what there is and this way to leave their poverty.
And the big units of pressure of the most polluting industry that are a small unit but with companies of the sector of the fossil fuels or of the sectors of energy more intensity, and with a great power in all the circles.
In a report of Greenpeace, names appear like: BASF, ArcelorMittal, Eskom or Shell.
On the other hand also there are other establishments like: Apple PG&E, Exelon, IKEA, Philips, Google, is in favor of measures for the control of the climate.
Even with scepticism it is necessary to welcome with hope that the rich countries have committed to provide 100.000 million dollars a year to the efforts against the climatic change for the one 2020. There are always tuneless voices, as United States and Saudia Arabia they have been opposed to some aspects of the Green Fund for the Climate, like it was negotiated. negotiate it.
And if the biggest emitters in these gases don't sign a second commitment of the Protocol of Kioto, Russia, Japan and Canada have already said that they won't sign.