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Stop the Climate-Wrecking at Bali

Bali Emergency AdAs feared the negotiations on Bali are going slow. This is mostly because of the fact that USA, Japan and Canada are trying to block 2020 targets for emission reductions. If you don’t like that these three countries will wreck the Bali climate conference you can sign a petition over at Avaaz.org calling for these countries to stop messing around.

Climate negotiations in Bali are in crisis. Things were looking good till now: near-consensus on a delicate deal, including 2020 targets for rich countries, in return for which China and the developing world would do their part over time. IPCC scientists have said such targets are needed to prevent catastrophe. But Japan, the US and Canada are banding together to wreck the deal, and the rest of the world is starting to waver...

We can’t let three stubborn governments throw away the planet's future. We have until the end of Friday to do everything we can. Please sign our emergency global petition below -- we'll deliver it through stunts at the summit, a full-page ad in the Jakarta Post in Asia, and directly to country delegates to stiffen their nerve against any bad compromise. Add your name to the campaign below now!

68,599 have signed in 12 hours.

Update: 169,399 have signed in 45 hours

http://www.avaaz.org/en/bali_emergency/5.php?cl=42366443&signup=1

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