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 The 300-350 Show 
 Weekly Program
 Kevin Smith (CarbonTradeWatch), Oliver Tickell (Kyoto2), Tom Athanasiou (EcoEquity)
 Climate Radio  
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The UN Climate Talks are at crisis point. Nothing on the table matches the scale of the challenge and corporate interests are rife. As the talks in Poznan come to an end, we take stock we three key protaganists.
Produced by Phil England for Climate Radio. If you broadcast the programme, it'd be great if you could drop me a line to let me know at This is the last programme in the current series. Climate Radio plans to return in April 2009.
Our guides are Kevin Smith (CarbonTradeWatch), Oliver Tickell (Kyoto2) and Tom Athanasiou (EcoEquity).

Key points?

- UNFCCC tenders a report on alternative frameworks
- 350 ppm CO2 target endorsed by Al Gore, AOSIS & the LDC country blocks
- Potsdam Institute shows how we can achieve the 350 ppm target
- Climate Justice Now! coalition grows in size from 20 to 160 organisations
- Carbon trading advances despite a crisis of credibility
- 142 organisations sign a statement against the World Bank's involvement with climate funds
- The G77+China block support climate funds being managed by UN
- Rich nations still failing to fulfill their commitments 16 years on
- Developed countries need to move decisively next year to make good on their obligations
- Plans develop for a mass mobilisation in Copenhagen December 2009
- Could extending the scope of the Montreal Protocol and controling black soot be two effective ways forward outside the UNFCCC process?

Friends of the Earth International - final assessment
Earth Negotiations Bulletin summary
Economist Debate on carbon trading
Climate Justice Now! Poznan statement
Climate Justice Now! email list
Climate Justice Now! conference report
World Bank Unfit to Manage Climate Funds (FoEE + 142 organisations)
Draft REDD Conclusions
Keep Forests out of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
EU Fails the World on Climate (Christian Aid)
TWN report on UN "shared vision" workshop
Al Gore's Poznan speech (video)
Jonathan Porritt calls for an emergency review of climate change science

The 300-350 Show is named after what is now believed to the safe level in parts per million (ppm) of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. This finding is based on the work of James Hansen and his team in a paper titled "Target Atmospheric CO2: Where Should Humanity Aim." For more information see? Climate Safety

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