Dec 17 (IPS) – A tiny step was taken Saturday in meeting the greatest challenge humanity has ever faced.
But it was nearly a step backward as the crucial climate talks in Bali almost collapsed when the United States refused to join the global consensus. However, after Kevin Conrad representing Papua New Guinea told the U.S. delegation if they weren’t going to be leaders, to please get out of the way, the U.S. reversed its position and accepted what is called the “Bali roadmap“.
But before considering this new political roadmap on climate change, what route did the scientific roadmap tell us to take? Continue reading