Written by Andrew Deutz | October 25th, 2012
Countries around the world have agreed to double their foreign aid for conservation by 2015. It’s great news for biodiversity and beaches around the world.
Written by Chrissy Schwinn | December 3rd, 2009
Next week this time, The Nature Conservancy’s climate change team will be in Copenhagen for the long-awaited international climate negotiations. It’s been a long road, with many but not all milestones being passed. Last week, we saw an announcement that President Obama will go to Copenhagen, with proposed emissions reductions targets from the United States […]
Written by Chrissy Schwinn | October 5th, 2009
We are headed into Week Two of international climate negotiations here in Bangkok. Progress is slow…but there is some progress. I asked Andrew Deutz, The Nature Conservancy’s director of international government relations, to provide some context on what’s going on…and what it means for a climate-change agreement in Copenhagen this December: Q: What progress has […]
Written by Chrissy Schwinn | April 2nd, 2009
Word of U.S. draft legislation on climate change has reached Bonn, Germany — where discussions are underway about how to secure a new global agreement this December in Copenhagen. Reports from The Nature Conservancy’s team in Bonn tell us that the hunger for U.S. action and leadership is palpable — and with U. S. Special […]