Sunday, December 6, 2009

sesion interna de estrategia EN ESPAñOL!

24 personas en un salon de unos 12 metros cuadrados hablando 4 idiomas diferentes, nos da una superficie de medio metro cuadrado cada uno y una diversidad de ideas y pensamientos por minuto absolutamente fabulosos! si tomamos en cuenta unas 11 horas de reunion interrumpidas solo para almorzar y cenar, pues sin duda que la cantidad de cosas que podemos compartirles hoy de discusion serian para aburrirlos con miles de palabras :-) sin embargo, creo algunos puntos bien interesantes merecen ser resaltados de nuestra reunion de estrategia de hoy.
comenzamos con una presentacion de las regiones, latinamerica e india, contandonos los avances que realizaron en cada pais en y en cada alianza (india y latina) sobre cambio climatico y reciclaje post Bonn, y luego una puesta a punto en 45 minutos realizada por el fabuloso neil tangri, acerca de 15 años de negociaciones sobre el clima! nos refresco algunos conceptos que ya teniamos y nos conto sobre el nuevo panorama que se abre posiblemente en estas negociaciones en Copenhague. paises ricos vs paises pobres? protocolo de kyoto o nuevo protocolo? quien es responsable por las emisiones del planeta? quien debe manejar los fondos climaticos para financiar proyectos? y cientos de preguntas mas!
seguimos con la discusion acerca de la carta abierta que ya han firmado mas de 400 personas a traves del sitio web de GAIA, y acordamos un pequeño cambio de eliminar la palabra "comerciantes" dentro de las personas a incluir en los beneficios por reciclar, y seguimos con la lectura de 4 paginas de documento tecnico argumentativo sobre recicladores y cambio climatico, que tenemos que leer para mañana en la mañana y hacerle modificaciones.
a todo esto todavia nos quedaba media reunion por delante, asi que decidimos gracias a la agil moderacion de melanie, leer el documento sobre financiamiento alternativo a recicladores y proponer nuestros criterios basicos para obtener financiacion.
Como si todavia nos quedasen muchas energias al dia, pues decidimos luego de cenar decidir quien hablaria en los proximos eventos que tenemos en la semana, y tratar de ir a conseguir las acreditaciones al sitio del evento para lograr entrar todos.
Los nombres los tenemos! y nohra, laxmi y santu hablaran mañana en la conferencia de prensa, no se la pierda por nada del mundo en vivo y en directo en el sitio de http://unfccc.int/2860.php a las 14pm horario copenhague y desde el salon "room asger Jorn". eso es todo amigos y mañana prometemos menos palabras y mas fotos en el blog :) gracias a todos por todo!

English Translation:
Internal Strategy Session IN SPANISH!
Lucia Fernández
24 people in a room of 12 square meters, speaking 4 different languages, giving us each an area of half a square meter, and a great diversity of ideas and thoughts per minute, absolutely fabulous! If we consider an 11 hour meeting, interrupted only for lunch and dinner, there is no doubt that the amount of things to share about today’s discussion with thousands of words, would bore you :-) However, I think there are some very interesting points, which deserve to be highlighted from our strategy session today.

We began with a presentation of the regions, Latin America and India, telling us about the progress made in each country and each alliance (Indian and Latin), on climate change and recycling post-Bonn, and then a presentation of 45 minutes by the fabulous Neil Tangri, about 15 years of negotiations on the climate! He refreshed some concepts that we already had and told us about the new landscape that will possibly open in the negotiations in Copenhagen. Rich countries vs. poor countries? Kyoto protocol or new protocol? Who should manage climate funds to finance projects? And hundreds of further questions!

We continued the discussion about the open letter already signed by over 400 people through the GAIA’s website, and agreed to a small change; remove the word "merchants" when referring to the people that will be included in the benefits from recycling, and we continued by reading a 4 page technical document about recyclers and climate change, which we have to read and review for tomorrow morning.

All this, and we still had half a meeting in front of us, so we decided, thanks to Melanie’s agile moderation, to read the paper on alternative financing to recyclers and propose our basic criteria for funding.

As if we still had much energy on reserve, after dinner, we decided who will speak at the upcoming events we have during the week, and try to get the accreditations at the event site so that we can access them all.

We have the names! Nohra, Laxmi and Santu will speak tomorrow during the press conference, do not miss it for anything in the world, live and direct access in the site http://unfccc.int/2860.php at 14pm, Copenhagen time, room “Asger Jorn”. That's all folks and I promise tomorrow less words and more pictures on the blog:)
Thank you all for everything!

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  1. Transaltion of Post to English

    Internal Strategy Session IN SPANISH!

    24 people in a room of 12 square meters, speaking 4 different languages, giving us each an area of half a square meter, and a great diversity of ideas and thoughts per minute, absolutely fabulous! If we consider an 11 hour meeting, interrupted only for lunch and dinner, there is no doubt that the amount of things to share about today’s discussion with thousands of words, would bore you :-) However, I think there are some very interesting points, which deserve to be highlighted from our strategy session today.

    We began with a presentation of the regions, Latin America and India, telling us about the progress made in each country and each alliance (Indian and Latin), on climate change and recycling post-Bonn, and then a presentation of 45 minutes by the fabulous Neil Tangri, about 15 years of negotiations on the climate! He refreshed some concepts that we already had and told us about the new landscape that will possibly open in the negotiations in Copenhagen. Rich countries vs. poor countries? Kyoto protocol or new protocol? Who should manage climate funds to finance projects? And hundreds of further questions!

    We continued the discussion about the open letter already signed by over 400 people through the GAIA’s website, and agreed to a small change; remove the word "merchants" when referring to the people that will be included in the benefits from recycling, and we continued by reading a 4 page technical document about recyclers and climate change, which we have to read and review for tomorrow morning.

    All this, and we still had half a meeting in front of us, so we decided, thanks to Melanie’s agile moderation, to read the paper on alternative financing to recyclers and propose our basic criteria for funding.

    As if we still had much energy on reserve, after dinner, we decided who will speak at the upcoming events we have during the week, and try to get the accreditations at the event site so that we can access them all.

    We have the names! Nohra, Laxmi and Santu will speak tomorrow during the press conference, do not miss it for anything in the world, live and direct access in the site http://unfccc.int/2860.php at 14pm, Copenhagen time, room “Asger Jorn”. That's all folks and I promise tomorrow less words and more pictures on the blog:)
    Thank you all for everything!

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