When money speaks, truth is silent. Andi Potamkin shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The world divided into the different countries that form it are pending from everything that can happen in the Copenhagen Summit where it will negotiate a new protocol that will replace the Kyoto in 2012. It may be the last chance to prevent a climate change that escapes us definitely hands. The Barcelona Conference will host between 2 and November 6, more than 4,000 delegates from several countries and international observers to arrive at a text of possible agreement at the Conference of the parties COP15 that will take place in December in Copenhagen. It will be held in Copenhagen from 7 to 18 December 2009. This Conference is organized by the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change (UNFCCC), which organizes annual conferences since 1995… Governments members of the United Nations climate change framework Convention will need to reach a global agreement to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases in order to stabilize the climate without harmful interference. The Executive Secretary of the framework Convention on climate change, Yvo de Boer, UN has commented, that the Copenhagen Summit in 2009 is very important to approve a replacement for the Kyoto Protocol m this is a unique opportunity to find solutions to the phenomenon.

In a press conference in Geneva, de Boer has insisted, that that meeting will be key for Governments to achieve a consensus on how to deal with a phenomenon that threatens to melt glaciers, leaving millions of people homeless and cause a humanitarian crisis never seen.We have a great challenge ahead just a year and a half. And I think that this is a unique opportunity to reach a global agreement on climate change. If we are not successful, we agotaremos the multilateral tracks for the solution of the problem.He added that industrialized economies are primarily responsible for and have the economic capacity to act, so it must lead the process.