Copenhagen: what technology and China can do

As negotiators from across the globe prepare to meet in Copenhagen in December to agree on future steps to address climate change, Paul Garrett explores what may trigger success

The fate of an heir to the Kyoto Protocol, due to be agreed at a global climate change summit in Copenhagen in a few weeks, is hanging in the balance. Typically, doomsayers are suggesting a deal on measures to address climate change will be impossible and that the best that can be hoped for is an agreement to instigate a drawn-out follow-up process.

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