Wake up call

This is a wake up call. According to Bloomberg, pre-work for the G20 Finance Ministers meeting next week, has issued a communique that abandons the commitment for western government to fund poorer country efforts with $100bn by 2020. Evidently, the G20 Finance Ministers now say that cash is scarce, and that “the gap should be filled by the market economy, […]

D-Day minus 1

Paris, Friday, December 11th, 2015. On a spur of the moment I decided to visit the Paris COP.  A number of unrelated factors resulted in this decision. I’ve an interest in history, and it seemed possible, likely even, that history would be made that day. Experience from going to other conferences was that it gives […]