義大利綠黨呼籲台灣人民,讓地球與政治涼下來

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大中至正牌匾甫引發流血事件,週五立院院會討論中選會組織法,有可能釀成第四波衝突,正在台灣訪問的義大利綠黨國會議員 丹妮拉.蓋婭拉 (Daniela Guerra)女士,七日上午在台灣綠黨陪同下召開記者會,呼籲台灣人民對國內政治的衝突冷靜下來,多留意在印尼峇里島舉行的聯合國氣候變遷高峰會,讓地球與政治涼下來。

和平非暴力是全球綠黨的六大核心價值之一,記者會開始全體與會人員即為不幸無辜流血的媒體工作者祈福,嚴厲譴責流血暴力與立委互嗆的黑道式語言暴力,並重批兩黨政客為人民流血互罵卸責,簡直沒有良心,製造對立逼迫支持者含淚含恨投票則是寡廉鮮恥。

義大利綠黨國會議員丹妮拉.蓋婭拉(Daniela Guerra)女士,分享了全球綠黨抗暖化及維持世界和平、化解衝突的歐盟綠黨經驗,期許未來台義交流與全球綠黨持續密切合作,並支持台灣加入聯合國及WHO。她也強調全球綠黨在武裝衝突中和平立場的一貫性行動:歐盟綠黨於歐洲議會四度促成決議支持台灣加入世界衛生組織(WHO)、四度決議維持中國軍火禁運、亞太綠黨聯盟(APGN)決議要求中國撤除飛彈等。

相對兩大黨許多支持者因為被仇恨綁架而有含淚投票的立場,綠黨的微笑彩虹黨徽更顯得陽光與希望。蓋婭拉女士指出,其所隸屬的義大利「綠色聯盟」(Federazione dei Verdi)及馬爾他「另類民主」(Alternattiva Demokratika)兩個綠黨都以陽光微笑為黨徽,取自1970年代全球反核運動的口號「核能?我敬謝不敏!」(Nuclear? No thanks!)。如今再生能源已成全球對抗地球暖化的唯一解方,而極力主張用核能解決溫室效應的澳洲前總理霍華德,也遭到澳洲選民拒絕。

針對聯合國在印尼峇里島氣候變遷高峰會,全球民間社會八十餘國在八日同步抗暖化遊行,全球綠黨也發表「承諾的時刻」宣言,為了使全球氣溫控制在工業革命後僅上升兩度以內,2050年全球溫室氣體排放需較1990年減少60%,呼籲工業化國家減少80%排放量。

國內唯一積極與國際串連,對抗暖化的環保政黨-台灣綠黨指出,國、民兩黨為入聯/返聯的投票問題吵翻天,卻未曾討論進到聯合國要不要簽京都議定書;環保署署長陳重信公開反對溫室氣體減量法訂定基準年及減量期程,完全違背擔任立委時的簽名承諾應該下台,並點名當初立法院初審過程中反對最力的就是國民黨/新黨籍立委賴士葆。副總統呂秀蓮曾說「要不要核五,未來變數很大」,總統候選人謝長廷釋出「核四算不算新建核電廠」的試探氣球,民進黨準備以抗暖化為藉口,而拋棄反核神主牌;台灣綠黨認為,澳洲保守聯盟大敗的前車之鑑,將再度報應在民進黨身上。

台灣綠黨強調,此次峇里島高峰會的主軸,將討論2012年京都議定書到期之後,如何以貿易制裁手段對付像台灣這種不願減量的國家,所以週六下午一點從國父紀念館出發的遊行,不僅是為下一代而走,也是為了拯救以出口貿易為主的海島型經濟。

出席之立委候選人包括:陳曼麗、張宏林、王芳萍、柯逸民、潘翰聲、徐文彥、溫炳原。

新聞聯絡人:綠黨 溫炳原0911-848-220潘翰聲0935-295-815

Global Greens Declaration for Bali 5th of December 2007 Time for commitments

Alarmed by the speed of climate change and the insufficient action、 particularly of those countries that bear the greatest responsibility for emitting greenhouse gases、Global Greens call for the Bali meeting to agree on a negotiation mandate to establish a binding regime for global greenhouse gas reductions which is consistent with avoiding dangerous climate change.

Global Greens call for the Bali mandate to build on key principles and mechanisms of the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol taking into account common but differentiated responsibilities; set a long-term goal of limiting average global temperature increase to below +2°C above pre-industrial levels; require the reduction of global greenhouse gas emissions by at least 60% by 2050 compared to the 1990 level、with binding targets for industrialised countries and broader global participation in reduction efforts、in particular by emerging economies through fair and proportionate targets; include effective and predictable financing for adaptation、incentives to avoid deforestation and forest degradation and reduce land use emissions; make significant advances in facilitating clean technology transfer and deployment; include the promotion of sustainable agricultural practices; and aim to establish such an international agreement by 2009.

Global Greens maintain that reducing global emissions must not lead to other threats such as nuclear risks、including nuclear proliferation、the risk of terrorists getting control over nuclear technology、or the risks posed by the impossibility of safely disposing of nuclear waste.

Nuclear power must remain excluded from mechanisms aimed at promoting emission reductionsunder the international climate framework.

Climate change must be recognised as an issue of human rights and global equity、with security implications that might threaten international peace. Global Greens consider that finding an equitable solution is fundamental for success in international climate policy、and support the principle of converging global per capita emissions.

Global Greens are convinced that a low carbon or even zero carbon society is possible and can be combined with increased quality of life. To achieve this、it is necessary to set out a binding emission reduction pathway for the coming decades to ensure investment in energy-saving、 resource-efficient and renewable energy technologies.

Global Greens consider it imperative that global emissions peak by 2015、and that greenhouse gas emissions thereafter decline to a level which is sustained by the absorption capacity of natural sinks、recognising the alarming evidence in the latest science that this capacity is decreasing.

Industrialised countries must play a leading role in tackling climate change at world level. Global Greens call for developed countries to commit to domestic reductions of at least 30% by 2020 and 80% by 2050 compared with 1990 levels.

Deforestation and forest degradation、especially in tropical forests、 need to be tackled in the international climate policy framework. Global Greens call for urgent agreement to develop effective global measures、in particular to counteract any negative impacts linked to agrofuel expansion. Measures to address climate change must not damage biodiversity、water and nature. They must respect the rights of local communities and be fair to developing countries. Global Greens call for a global system of biodiversity accounting linked to improved carbon accounting systems.

Global Greens insist that the international climate policy framework must also provide independent and predictable financing to assist low-income vulnerable countries in adapting to already inevitable climate change.

Global Greens support the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) as a means of promoting climate-friendly technologies but emphasise that、as an offset mechanism、it is only a temporary solution. Global Greens maintain that the use of flexible mechanisms must be supplemental to domestic reductions.

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