Much is going on at COP21 as the negotiations enter the final phase and the media is covering much of this. There is anxiousness as some of the final issues are addressed. We should know more in the next day or two. In the meantime, here are some photos I've taken in the last few days.
|Australian youth with a message for negotiators|
|From a scientific presentation. The good news, is it may |
take many years to completely melt. But ...
|Dept. of Uh-Oh: some irreversible melting may have started.|
|COP 21 Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres is presented |
with an oar by indigenous representatives from Panama,
urging that we all "paddle in the same direction"
|Generations space - the publicly accessible area|
|Outside the entrance to the restricted COP21 zone: Apples are |
handed to participants on their way in ..
makes up for the item shown further down
|The United States Pavilion includes a high-tech globe projecting |
a variety of images of climate impacts
|Sean Kidney of Climate Bonds Initiative explains state of the|
market at a meeting at OECD headquarters
|California State Senator Fran Pavley, author of the landmark |
California climate law, AB32
|U S Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz is still smiling!|
|One way to get attention of negotiators: Advocacy |
group hands out chocolate with messages on back
|Non-governmental organization representatives |
get ready to meet with COP21 leadership
|But sadness remains over November events in Paris. I visited the site |
of the Bataclan nightclub where emotions and sadness remain high
|This is the bicycle of a young victim |
who will never have a chance to ride again