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1 Repay the Climate Debt Fabby Tumiwa Institute for Essential Services Reform Indonesia Brussel, 15 June 2010

2 Source: Nature (2009)

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5 2°C - a halfway to go!

6 Climate Debt UNFCCC Preamble: “Noting that the largest share of historical and current global emissions of GHG has originated in developed countries, that per capita emissions in developing countries are still relatively low and that the share of global emissions originating in developing countries will grow to meet their social and development needs.”

7 Climate Debt Annex 1 (The North) has advantage of past growth based on abundant use natural resources from the South, leading to greater infrastructure, technology, human and social capacity, and excessive carbon emissions. The North is capable to turn economy and society around and achieve low-carbon economy and growth

8 Climate Debt Developing Countries no longer have the low-cost carbon resources to base its development – Atmospheric space is limited because excessive use of the North in the past – Facing challenges: mitigating and adapting to climate change

9 compensation contraction,convergence AND compensation Per capita emissions Convergence target Industrial countries emission profile Developing countries emission profile

10 What do we demand? Repay adaptation debt Repay emission debt: deep cut Make available financing and technology to cover additional cost to do mitigation and adaptation


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