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A delegation of Friends of the Earth International is participating in the United Nations climate talks that began on June 6 in Bonn, Germany, and that will set the mood for the COP 17 on Climate Change to be held in Durban in November.
Real World Radio interviewed Sarah-Jayne Clifton, coordinator of the Climate Justice and Energy Program of Friends of the Earth International. She told us about the main concerns of the federation in these talks, such as the push for carbon markets and other false solutions to climate change; the role of the World Bank in the new Green Climate Fund; and the attempt of the US and other developed countries to dismantle the Kyoto Protocol.
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