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Green Groups Stage Walk-Out at UN Climate Talks

Green Groups Stage Walk-Out at UN Climate Talks

Posted by on Thursday, November 21, 2013

Environment and development groups are protesting at slow speed and lack of ambition of Warsaw negotiations.


Environment and development groups together with young people, trade unions and social movements have walked out of the UN climate talks on Thursday in protest at what they say is the slow speed and lack of ambition of the negotiations in Warsaw.

Wearing T-shirts reading “Volverermos” [“We will return”] around 800 people from organisations including Greenpeace, WWF, Oxfam, 350.org, Friends of the Earth, the International Trade Union conferation and ActionAid, handed back their registration badges to the UN and left Poland’s National Stadium where the talks are being held.

“Movements representing people from every corner of the Earth have decided that the best use of our time is to voluntarily withdraw from the Warsaw climate talks. This will be the first time ever that there has been a mass withdrawal from a COP,” said a WWF spokesman.

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