Converging on a Climate Agreement
by Bill Chameides | October 20th, 2009
posted by Erica Rowell (Editor)
With Copenhagen less than two months away, is there a formula for reconciling the positions of developed and developing countries?
By Copenhagen, as I’m sure most of you know, I mean the international climate talks. From December 7-18 representatives from nearly every country in the world will meet, debate, and forgo sleep to carve out the follow-up plan to curb emissions when the Kyoto treaty expires in 2012. (The main challenges for getting to yes are described here and here.)filed under: carbon dioxide emissions, climate change, faculty, global warming, international, policy, politics
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