02 Sep 2009

Less than 100 days to Copenhagen: Time to panic?

Christian Egenhofer

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In light of the immature state of preparations for the international climate change negotiations in Copenhagen in December, CEPS Senior Research Fellow Christian Egenhofer predicts that the best outcome to be hoped for at this point is an agreement to continue negotiations in earnest. He warns the developed countries, led by the EU, not to accede too easily to the less-founded demands of developing countries, just to be able to declare a political victory.

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