What to do after after COP21?

Results and Dilemmas

What to do after after COP21?

Results and Dilemmas

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George Monbiot on the Outcome of COP21:

"By comparison to what it could have been, it’s a miracle. By comparison to what it should have been, it’s a disaster."

George Monbiot in The Guardian
George Monbiot on Climate Change Site Paris Conclusions 2015 image
Shortly after the end of COP21, George Monbiot wrote this in The Guardian:

Excerpt from the article:

“Inside the narrow frame within which the talks have taken place, the draft agreement at the UN climate talks in Paris is a great success. The relief and self-congratulation with which the final text was greeted, acknowledges the failure at Copenhagen six years ago, where the negotiations ran wildly over time before collapsing. The Paris agreement is still awaiting formal adoption, but its aspirational limit of 1.5C of global warming, after the rejection of this demand for so many years, can be seen within this frame as a resounding victory. In this respect and others, the final text is stronger than most people anticipated.

Outside the frame it looks like something else. I doubt any of the negotiators believe that there will be no more than 1.5C of global warming as a result of these talks. As the preamble to the agreement acknowledges, even 2C, in view of the weak promises governments brought to Paris, is wildly ambitious. Though negotiated by some nations in good faith, the real outcomes are likely to commit us to levels of climate breakdown that will be dangerous to all and lethal to some….”

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Other Critical Reviews:

George Monbiot is not alone.

Obviously the World does not believe that the COP21 negotiations mean the end of all our problems. Here you will find a handfull of critical articles. (A Google search for "COP21 Review" gives more than a million results). It is up to us, the people, to stop climate change!

This Changes EverythingGo to The Site and Learn More

'Why Most Of What You Think You Know About The Paris Climate Deal Is Wrong: An Annotated News Story.'

The GuardianGo to The Site and Learn More

'Paris climate change deal too weak to help poor, critics warn.'

James HansenGo to The Site and Learn More

'NASA scientist calls Paris COP21 climate talk agreement a fraud.'

David EstrinGo to The Site and Learn More

'Worrisome gaps in the Paris agreement.'

István MarkoGo to The Site and Learn More

'Stinging Criticism: Belgian Prof Calls COP21 A “Resounding Failure” …”A Grand Illusion” Based On “Delirium”

Globalresearch.caGo to The Site and Learn More

'The COP21 Climate Summit: The Ambitions and Flaws of the Paris Agreement. Outcome of Deception and Bullying.'

Newscientist.comGo to The Site and Learn More

'Paris climate deal is agreed – but is it really good enough?'

Kevin AndersonRead PDF and Learn More

'Talks in the city of light generate more heat'

#D12.PARISGo to The Site and Learn More

'Thirty three of the Best Pieces on the Paris Agreement at COP 21.'

John ForanGo to The Site and Learn More

'On 12 December, thousands of ordinary people were in the streets of Paris to show that we will continue organizing for climate justice — no matter what heads of state decide.'

Some important dilemmas are not discussed - let alone solved, and for different reasons:


For instance because it touches the lifestyle or core values of a great many people.


A theme may have a tradition of splitting a population in pros and cons and making the parties deaf to the arguments of the opponents.

Financial Interests:

Many important debates seem to reflect financial interests rather than science and facts.
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