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Climate Conference in Copenhagen Success is a Political Must


  • Eric Heymann



This conference is one of the most important and most complex in the history of climate policy negotiations. The objective is to form a treaty as a successor for the Kyoto Protocol. To enable a breakthrough on climate policy to be made in Copenhagen particularly vigorous efforts should be made to reach agreement on some key issues

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  • Eric Heymann, 2009. "Climate Conference in Copenhagen Success is a Political Must," Working Papers id:2309, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2309
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    kyoto protocol; copenhagen; climate policy; conference; negotiations; greenhouse gases; poorer countries; technology; funding; emissions; agriculture; forestry;

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