All misfortune is a lesson. Proverb will be in Copenhagen a vital meeting that will help prepare the agenda for the most important talks on climate change. Precisely, among attendees at the World Business Summit on Climate Change is Shell, which has recently been nominated by the medioambientalitas, according to new research, as the oil company in the world with a more intensive use of carbon. Reports ecoportal.net. that the fact of having given access to Shell, Duke Energy and other companies that met in Copenhagen with the United Nations climate change negotiators, China and gold countries was sentenced by the campaign Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) group. The Danish Government seems to have the impression that some of the most polluting companies in the world are going to propose tough measures to deal with climate change, said Kenneth Haar, researcher of the CEO.
But unfortunately it seems that it will be so. The most corporations attending the World Business Summit on Climate Change seem more interested in that business continue functioning as usual with the promise that future technologies will solve the problem later. Corporate lobbyists have attempted to influence the UN climate talks from the beginning. But now it has invited them prepare the agenda before even of the negotiators has been sitting. If we listened to your demands, we could now abandon the fight against climate change. Six of the companies involved in the Summit have been shortlisted for the Climate Greenwash Awards by not renouncing to give great life dealing with climate change. Shell is almost exclusively focused on the CCS as a mechanism for addressing climate change, say company sources, although most independent advisers believe that the CCS, which has not yet been demonstrated be commercial or technologically possible large-scale, will not be available as soon before the year 2020. However, this weekend talks and the formal negotiations by climate change of December, in Copenhagen, try tackling global warming from 2012, when it ceases to be in force the Kyoto Protocol, and 2020.