Paris Climate Change talks #COP21 day 3 personal musings “Vive le difference”

Latest update from our Environmental Practices Adviser for Wales, Keith Jones on how things are going in Paris at COP21.

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The indiginius populations really are at the pointy end in climate change. argue as much as you like if you have a way of living which has developed over a long time then rapid change really can destroy it in a mater of decades. all that heritage, links to the land, sense of place would be lost. The indigenous populations really are at the pointy end in climate change. Argue as much as you like but if you have a way of living which has developed over a long time and then rapid change really can destroy it in a mater of decades. All that heritage, links to the land, sense of place would be lost.

Day three and its now bedding into the routine. Walk to the station at Gare du Nord catch train, then hybrid bus, get apple from people handing them out in front of COP21, take belt off for the metal detector, coat in x-ray machine, get coffee, look at the list of hundreds of talks and discussions, decide and get ready for the day. Firstly thank you all for so many emails and tweets of positive feedback on seeing behind the scenes of the conference and for those  very few of you who have asked…

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