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How Copenhagen changed the world

On paper, as an attempt to meet the climate change challenge Copenhagen was a failure. But in bringing into the spotlight the urgent need to address our carbon emissions, it was an outstanding success. [22 December 2009 |┬áPeter Boyer] How … Continue reading

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