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 The 300-350 Show 
 
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 Matthew Stilwell (Third World Network)
 Climate Radio  
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The UN Climate Talks in Bonn - where negotiators are working on the draft texts for Copenhagen in December - are in deadlock. We look at why the solution is for the rich world to acknowledge and start paying its Climate Debt to the majority poor countries.
Produced by Phil England for Climate Radio and ResonanceFM. Please drop me a quick note if you broadcast this programme at phil@switch-off.co.uk. Many thanks! www.climateradio.org www.resonancefm.com
Matthew Stilwell is the author of the Climate Debt Primer that accompanies a sign-on statement calling for the repayment of the Climate Debt issued by the Third World Network in Bonn during the latest round of UN climate talks.

"Any just approach to climate change must ensure that those who have benefited in the course of causing climate change compensate the victims of climate change." - Third World Network, 2009

References:
Repay the climate debt: A just and effective outcome for Copenhagen (TWN, 2 June 2009)
www.twnside.org.sg/announcement/sign-on.letter_climate.dept.htm
Version with signees as at 4 June
http://www.twnside.org.sg/title2/climate/news/Bonn03/TWN.Bonn.update07.doc
Bolivia’s leader pushes rich nations for climate adaptation funds (Grist, 30 April 2009)
www.grist.org/article/2009-04-30-bolivia-morales-climate-adapt/
Bolivia’s formal submission to the UN on climate debt (pp.44-51, UNFCCC, May 2009)
http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/2009/awglca6/eng/misc04p01.pdf
Hang Together or Separately? (Oxfam International, 11 June 2009)
www.oxfam.org/en/policy/fair-climate-deal-copenhagen
Europe's finance stalemate threatens global deal (Action Aid, 8 June, 2009)
www.actionaid.org.uk/101887/news.html
EU finance ministers send worrying signal to global climate talks (Christian Aid, 9 June, 2009)
www.christianaid.org.uk/pressoffice/pressreleases/June2009/EU-ministers-global-climate-talks.aspx
European Financing for Adaptation decision postponed (9 June, 2009)
www.consilium.europa.eu/uedocs/cms_data/docs/pressdata/en/ecofin/108391.pdf
CAN International letter to G8 leaders on financing and position paper (8 June, 2009)
http://climatenetwork.org/climate-change-basics/by-meeting/bonn-ii-june-2009
Air travel levy could fund climate fight (Guardian, 8 June 2009)
www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jun/08/bonn-climate-talks-adaptation-funding
Halfway to Copenhagen, no way to 2C (Nature Reports Climate Change, 11 June 2009)
www.nature.com/climate/2009/0907/full/climate.2009.57.html
Evo Morales' 20-point plan for addressing climate change (November 2008)
www.ienearth.org/news/evo_morales_letter.html



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The 300-350 Show is made for ResonanceFM in London and is syndicated free to not-for-profit community radio stations and independent media outlets around the globe. The programme 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." http://arxiv.org/abs/0804.1126

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