What is the Top Priority on Climate Change?
AbstractWhat should be the West's top priority for climate-change policy?� This article is a revsied and updated version of my talk to the Potsdam Global Sustainability Symposium (which drafted the "Potsdam Declaration" presented to the 2007 UN Climate Change Conference in Bali).
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