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Clearing the Air in Copenhagen
Andrews Litigation Reporter (2009)
  • Richard Faulk
As I prepare to depart for the Copenhagen climate change conference, the entire process seems awash in doubt, confusion, and controversy. Despite the grand hopes of many members of the international community, including many respected politicians and scientists, even the most optimistic advocates concede that it will be impossible to secure a comprehensive and binding climate change agreement. Instead, the delegates will seek a consensus that will guide the drafting and presentation of a formal treaty sometime in 2010, either in Bonn or in Mexico City.
  • climate change,
  • kyoto protocol,
  • copenhagen,
  • treaty
Publication Date
December 9, 2009
Citation Information
Richard Faulk. "Clearing the Air in Copenhagen" Andrews Litigation Reporter Vol. 30 Iss. 10 (2009)
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