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If the UN climate negotiations were to actually produce an agreement in 2015 to replace the Kyoto Accord, what would it look like?
WHO: Erik Haites, Margaree Consultants, Toronto, Canada
Farhana Yamin, University College London, Chatham House
Niklas Höhne, Ecofys, Wageningen University
WHAT: The possible legal elements of a 2015 agreement by the UN on climate change mitigation (which they’ve promised to try and do by 2015)
WHEN: 13 October 2013
TITLE: Possible Elements of a 2015 Legal Agreement on Climate Change (open access)
Let’s take a walk down fantasy lane for a moment since the UNFCCC climate change talks are happening in Warsaw over the next two weeks and imagine that the process begins to work. I’ll take off my cynical and sarcastic hat, and we can imagine together what the world might look…
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