Thanks so much for joining us last Tuesday for the COP 15 Briefing in Hobart.  It is very difficult to give an indepth overview of a two week event in less than 2 hours, but hope through the presentation, the Q&A and the references below it gives you a much greater insight into some of the international leadership either via subnational governments and or the business community being provided in lieu of a binding international agreement, and what that all means to you, your business, your community and your family and the subsequent opportunities.

For those that did not manage to fill in a feedback form, if you have a minute, we’d love to hear from you.  You can download the form here and return it to us at once completed.

As promised here’s copies of the Power Point, and other reference documents.

Anne-Maree Huxley, CEO MOSS –  Power Point with references.

Other references you may find of assistance from other speakers in our series are as follows:

Climatico Copenhagen Debriefing  – This report analyses key issues under discussion in Copenhagen including finance, technology transfer, REDD+, CDM and JI, as well as the ongoing conflicts between Annex I and Non Annex I countries. The Copenhagen Accord is also discussed along with its potential effect on future negotiations and can be downloaded here.

Legal overview by Jennifer Hughes, Special Counsel, DLA Phillips Fox Power Point

Tanya Harris, Category Manager, Supply Chain CSR Media & Marketing, Corporate Procurement  OPTUS Speaker Notes and references

Amy Kean – General Manager Pointpoint Earth Notes on why Copenhagen was not a failure and tips for business.

Alerts from Copenhagen from Minter Ellison.

You can also reference notes from UNFCCC Secretary General Yvo de Boer’s first press conference of the year here or download the podcast of the press conference where  Yvo de Boer spoke for the first time since Copenhagen at You can also download podcasts from COP 15 and read all the latest news such as the resignation of Yvo de Boer at

Download REDD draft decisions here.  If you want to hear stories of how ecosystem restoration is lifting people from poverty, stablizes the climate and supports sustainable agriculture refer

Copenhagen Accord details can be found here.

Press Release from IETA International Emissions Trading Scheme on the washup of COP can be downloaded here.

Notes from Vandantix on the business implications of the Copenhagen Accord.

Obama’s State of the Union address can be found at start it at 6.51mins on this utube clip.

Our special thanks to Hydro Tas for hosting this important business briefing.

We trust these will aid discussion and strategic planning within your organisation. If I can be of further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact me direct.

Before I close, please know we would be delighted to welcome you as members to MOSS.  Prices will soon rise, so if you’d like to take advantage of special membership packages that suppport individual professional development, support your industry and provide an opportunity for you to show leadership – refer here.

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