Guillermo Andrés Varela

Guillermo Andrés Varela, from the delegation of Argentina, speaks with about the finance-related aspects of the process, arguing that developed countries should do more and that their stated goal of eliminating the Kyoto Protocol after 2012 is counter-productive. He says that developing countries are less responsibility for climate change but are feeling the effects of the changes, and the talks about the domestic awareness of the issue of climate change in a country with a long history connected to the topic Argentina was among the first countries to sign the Kyoto Protocol and it has hosted two of the previous 14 COP meetings). **This interview is conducted in Spanish.** Also see Homero Maximo Bibiloni, Minister of Environment, Argentina,  speaking from Buenos Aires in 2009