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A new stage at the path to success

25.06.2010 - Difesa dell'ambiente

Early June, five and a half months after the climate conference in Copenhagen, about 4,200 negotiators from 175 states met to work out a basis for a new global climate agreement. It will be presented at the next summit in Cancún, Mexico.

Yvo de Boer, head of the UN's Climate Change Secretariat (UNFCCC) said in the run-up to the preliminary conference that it is quite unlikely to get to a binding agreement already in Cancún. Nevertheless, rapid decisions would be important to send clear signals to emission trading and the private sector of the economy. Although, all important industry and developing countries accepted the Copenhagen-agreement, but about 70 countries still refuse to approve it. The climate summit in Cancún will take place from November 29 to December 10.


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