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The Copenhagen protocol on climate change

Copenhagen Competition (2009 Copenhagen, Denmark)

The Copenhagen protocol on climate change

an international negotiation competition : written submissions

by Copenhagen Competition (2009 Copenhagen, Denmark)

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Published by Djøf Pub. in Copenhagen .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLaura Nielsen, Peter Pagh, Anita Rønne (eds.).
ContributionsNielsen, Laura, LLM, PhD, Pagh, Peter, Rønne, Anita
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC981.8.C5 C6975 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination344 p. :
Number of Pages344
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24480422M
ISBN 108757420963
ISBN 109788757420968
LC Control Number2010287270
OCLC/WorldCa316828939

  The December UN climate conference in Copenhagen is tasked with framing a new deal for tackling global warming and its impacts beyond .   Copenhagen largely killed off the top-down treaty-based approach to climate change in favor of a new bottom-up regime based on country pledges, what have come to .

  Climate change is real and man-made. It will come as a big surprise that climate change from to has mostly been a net benefit, rising to increase welfare about % GDP per year. Summaries and download links to all our research papers on solutions to Climate Change below.   The world is far along in what Roger Revelle and Hans Suess called “our great geophysical experiment” ().The failure of nations in Copenhagen in December to reach a concrete agreement to extend and broaden the Kyoto Protocol raises the prospect that attempts to limit atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO 2) and other greenhouse gases (GHGs), with the .

  What A Copenhagen Climate Treaty Might Look Like Negotiators at Copenhagen know exactly what they need to figure out: who has to cut greenhouse .   "Copenhagen is mitigation," said Guy Brasseur, director of the Climate Service Center in Hamburg, Germany. "If that fails, we move to adaptation and geo-engineering." Adaptation will require.


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